By Geeny George Shaju, Communications Manager RCUK India. It’s interesting to note how workshops bring together the best minds; minds that are passionate about their work and want to share their expertise and knowledge. And there is no mind without a brain. On this occasion it was the Aetiology and life course of substance abuse […]
Contact Us: If you have any comments or suggestions for improvement you can email the team on firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on the blog http://blogs.rcuk.ac.uk/category/gtr/. The latest updates made to Gateway to Research, including improved search functionality and API improvements, are as follows: ENHANCED SEARCH FUNCTIONALITY When searching by Grant Reference only (using Advanced […]
By Dr Helen Bailey, Deputy Director RCUK India One of the great aspects of our role here in India, is the huge diversity of the research and people we engage with. India has a wealth of expertise in so many areas of research, representing a great range of opportunities for UK collaboration. At Research Councils […]
Contact Us: If you have any comments or suggestions for improvement you can email the team on email@example.com or leave a message on the blog http://blogs.rcuk.ac.uk/category/gtr/. Following the highly successful official launch of Gateway to Research (GtR) at the House of Commons on December 4th 2013 we are pleased to announce the latest changes and improvements to enhance the […]
By Claudine Anderson, Policy Manager, Public Engagement with Research. Are you a researcher who talks passionately about your research with school students? Have you developed an exciting exhibition to help people engage your work? Do you involve members of the public in your research? If you can answer yes to any of these, then think about […]
By Dr Nafees Meah, Director, RCUK India To mark the 5th anniversary of the establishment of Research Councils UK (RCUK) in India we hosted a GREAT week celebrating the UK-India collaboration on research and innovation bringing together over 200 senior academics, research funders, policy makers and key government officials from both countries to deliver a high-impact […]
By Aja Marriott, GtR Communications Officer. It’s been a while since we have blogged as we have been extremely busy making improvements to GtR in time for the official launch which we can now announce will take place at the House of Commons on the 4th December. The Minister for Universities and Science the Rt […]
By Geeny George Shaju, Communications Manager RCUK India As RCUK India turns five this November and is gearing up for celebrating its anniversary, it can’t get any bigger or better with the whole of India ready for celebrations as well! Why? It’s Diwali – The festival of lights. The run up to every celebration is […]
By Dr Nafees Meah, Director, RCUK India We, at Research Councils UK India, have a very clear goal and that is to be India’s partner of choice in research by developing a sustainable, strategic partnership of high quality research focussed on jointly agreed priorities. In November 2013, RCUK India will celebrate 5 years of strong partnership […]
By Phillippa Nightingale, prize winner of the National Science + Engineering Competition 2013 My journey started when I won my prize at the National Science + Engineering competition in March of this year. I was presented with my prize for the RCUK Best Use of Research award by Professor David Delpy, Chief Executive EPSRC. My first […]
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