The AHRC Science in Culture Theme is holding an inter-disciplinary research development workshop bringing together early career researchers from the arts and humanities and the science on the theme of ‘The Lived Environment’. It will be held on Tuesday 19th May (evening reception), Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st May 2015 at The Royal Society, Carlton House Terrace, London.
The aim of this ECR Workshop is to bring together early career researchers to explore opportunities for reciprocal research collaborations across the arts and humanities and sciences around the broad theme of ‘The Lived Environment’.
Following the workshop attendees will have the opportunity to apply for collaborative research innovation awards to take forward some of the inter-disciplinary research ideas which emerge.
Expressions of interest applications (EoI) are invited from early career researchers from across a wide range of the arts and humanities and early career researchers from across a wide range of the sciences to attend the workshop. Applications will be assessed by a peer review panel.
The closing date for Expressions of Interest (EoIs) is 4pm on Friday 10th April 2015.
Further information about this opportunity is available on the website Funding pages.