Deadlines: February 3, 2016
Up to £250,000 is available per year to support training activities through the STARS programme. There will be three calls per year. Awards are flexible and maybe used to support strategic and vulnerable skills for a short, discrete period or for up to three years of recurrent funding.
The BBSRC Strategic Training Awards for Research Skills (STARS) programme aims to support the development of strategically important and vulnerable research skills and capabilities in the biosciences. Awards are available to develop postgraduate-level training in areas of significant need for clearly defined academic and industrial sectors.
Reasons for such additional support include, but are not restricted to:
Delivery training can be achieved through research experience placements, development of skills schools and the delivery of new training resources.
Applications are welcome for support of any research capability within the remit, but particularly those highlighted in the Review of Vulnerable Skills and Capabilities, and especially in relation to capabilities within the following areas:
Applications outside these areas are welcome, but a strong, evidenced case for why the topic addresses vulnerabilities or strategic skills is essential.
For more info, check Eligibility, review of vulnerable skills and capabilities.
Apply through the STARS online application program. Applications should also include the following documentation-
For more info, visit the STARS INFO PAGE