Travel grants 2014

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Published on: February 18, 2014

It’s that time of year when conference registrations are open and early bird deadlines are coming up fast. If you want to go to one but are unsure about the cost, take a look at the travel grants below. They all have fairly simple application processes and several deadlines throughout the year, but get your applications in within the next few weeks for summer conferences.

Remember, if you’re a student, you can use your training grant to pay for conference fees and travel. Attending and presenting posters or talks at conferences is an important part of a PhD studentship.

  • Company of Biologists travel grants from the Society of Experimental Biology: Deadlines 31 March, 30 June, 30 September, 31 December 2014. Funding to attend a UK (£250) or international (£500) conference. You have to be a member of SEB, or to buy a multi-year membership, to apply.
  • Honor Fell travel award from the British Society for Cell Biology, sponsored by the Company of Biologists: Rolling deadline. Up to £300 for UK meetings and more for international travel is available to students and post-docs.
  • Biochemical Society travel grant: 7 deadlines throughout 2014 – submit as early as possible. Members of the Biochemical Society can apply for a travel grant of up to £750 to attend a meeting.
  • British Society of Plant Pathology travel grants: Deadlines 28 Febrary, 31 May, 31 August, 30 November 2014. Travel funds are available for BSPP members to assist with expenses for conferences, study tours and visits. The amount available varies, but will not be more than half the cost of your trip.
  • Society of Biology travel grants: Students and early career researchers can apply for £500 for overseas travel in connection with biological study, teaching, research, or attending a conference.
  • Genetics Society Conference Grants: Deadlines 1 May, 1 August, 1, November. Up to £750 is available to PhD students and post-docs within two years of their viva to cover travel, accommodation, and registration cost for conferences and meetings. Also, up to £150 is available for travel to Genetics Society meetings.

Why not try and get some funds to attend UK conferences PlantSci 2014 (£200 is up for grabs for the best student/postdoc talks!), SEB 2014 or our very own GARNet 2014?

Funding opportunities with deadlines in the next two months

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Published on: August 1, 2012

Grants with deadlines in August and September

Science outreach from the Biochemical Society: Deadline 27 September. Up to £1000 available for a science outreach project.

BBSRC Policy Placements for BBSRC-funded PhD students: Deadline 14 September. Fully funded three month placement with a science policy team, with a three month extension to your PhD to compensate for your time.

BBSRC Flexible Interchange Programme: Deadline 20 September. £150k for a scheme lasting up to 24 months involving the ‘interchange’ of a person between working environments. The interchange may be between, for example, academia and policy, business, or a different academic discipline.

The Leverhulme Trust International NetworkVisiting Professorships and Research Project Grants. Deadline: 1 September or 1 December. Funding for international collaborations and original research projects.

BBSRC David Phillips Fellowships: Deadline 20 September.Funding for a five year project for an experienced post-doc to become a PI.

COST Open Call: Deadline 28 September. Funding for a research network, not original research. Money can be used for organization of meetings, conferences, workshops etc, and travel and subsistence for them. Initial application is a preliminary report, after which you may be invited to submit a full proposal.

BBSRC Sustainable Energy and Biofuels: Deadline 30 August for intention to submit; 9 October for applications. Funding for a proposed collaborative project between a UK university and an university in India.

 

Some travel grants which have rolling deadlines

BBSRC International Scientific Exchange Scheme (ISIS): apply 6 weeks before travel. Up to £5000 for travel and subsistence for short term travel intended for meetings, long term travel, and stays of up to one month to work in a lab outside of the UK. Students are not eligible for travel.

EMBO Short-term fellowships: apply at least three months before travel. Funding for early career (PhD students or researchers less than 10 years from the end of their PhD) researchers to work in a lab outside of their own country for up to 3 months. This is for collaborations, not consultancy. Funding covers travel and subsistence.

 

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