AHRC Infrastructure Policy & Engagement Fellowships
AHRC is advertising three Infrastructure Policy & Engagement Fellowships to conduct collaborative research and scoping activities to inform the possible creation of an integrated national Heritage Science and Conservation Research infrastructure - closing date 19th February.
AHRC is aiming to create a distributed but integrated national Heritage Science and Conservation Research (HSCR) infrastructure by enhancing existing provision and expertise in institutions across the UK and investing strategically in equipment acquisition, instrument optimisation/development, and skills. Such an infrastructure will transform the capacity and impact of UK heritage science and conservation research to ensure that the UK remains world-leading in this field.
To ensure that this capability is co-designed with, and informed by, the HSCR community, AHRC is funding three fixed-term five month Fellowships to support emerging leaders in their field who will conduct collaborative research and scoping activities on behalf of AHRC.
For the full specification of the Fellowships, including eligibility, funding and how to apply please see: https://www.ukri.org/opportunity/ahrc-infrastructure-policy-and-engagement-fellowships/
The closing date is 19th February 2021.