Research Bites in December is all about Research funding and finance and will be delivered by our colleagues in Research Services.
As always, just turn up, no need to book. Tea/coffee and a cake provided.
How to write a good justification of resources for a research application
Thursday 8th December, 12pm, Bowland North SR 1. Live stream at 12.00 GMT.
An explanation of how the Justification of Resources should be written so reviewers can assess whether the resources requested are appropriate for the research posed.
Andrew Wilkinson, Research Development Officer, Research & Enterprise Services
Research finances – costs to consider in your proposal
Monday 12th December, 12pm, Bowland North SR 1. Live stream at 12.00 GMT.
Look at the cost of the resources required to carry out your research project in line with research funder guidelines, and to what extent these costs are covered by research funders.
Phil Lewis, Research Development Officer & Verity Williams, Research Support Administrator, Research & Enterprise Services
Research contracts – an introduction
Thursday 15th December, 12pm, Bowland North SR 2. Live stream at 12.00 GMT.
An opportunity to learn more about research contracts: what are they, why are they important, when are they necessary and what support can I expect?
Julia Krier, Senior Contracts Officer, Research & Enterprise Services
ACP basics and approving your research costing
Monday 19th December, 12pm, Bowland North SR3. Live stream at 12.00 GMT.
Hear about these essential tips for making the most of the Library’s discovery tool.
Gina Ramsden, Research Development Officer, Research & Enterprise Services
Live streaming and recording
The live streaming and recording seemed to work well in November, so we will continue with this in December. Apologies for the sound quality in some of these sessions – this should improve this time, and headphones are recommended.