The Baverstock Bursary travel scheme for Early Career Researchers
The Scheme aims to provide Early Career Researchers (ECRs) with financial assistance to attend a conference or event, or have a short visit to another organisation to help develop the skills necessary to work in an interdisciplinary environment.
The Scheme funds travel costs up to £300 for each activity.
The total bursary fund available is £3000.
Researchers eligible for the Bursary should match the following criteria:
- UK-based early career researcher (as a guide this refers to an individual employed in a postdoctoral research capacity or a student undertaking a PhD. If you would like to be considered but don’t fit this definition, please give more information in your application).
- A researcher with research experience or demonstrable interest in the field of air quality, who can contribute widely to the Clean Air Champion programme.
- A researcher who is willing to provide a short report (with photograph!) after their activity to be posted on the Clean Air Champion website.