Funding brief: Collaborative Awards promote the development of new ideas and speed the pace of discovery. They fund teams of researchers, consisting of independent research groups, to work together on the most important scientific problems that can only be solved through collaborative efforts.
● Your proposal should describe a significant piece of work that addresses the most important questions, in an area relevant to the mission of the Wellcome Trust.
● You should be able to demonstrate why the scientific problem you are tackling can only be solved through an integrated, collaborative team effort.
● They encourage interdisciplinary research collaborations, although they are not essential. They also encourage applications that propose interdisciplinary research across our Science, Humanities and Social Science and Innovations teams.
They will review:
● The track records of all team members, relative to their career stage
● The importance of your research question(s) to your field(s)
● The feasibility of your proposal
● The suitability of the environments in which you and your team members do the research
● The time you and your team members will spend on the Collaborative Award, and how it fits in with other academic commitments.
Donor Name: Wellcome Trust (WT)
Funding name: Collaborative Awards in Science
● November 2018 round:
Preliminary application deadline: 19th, November, 2018, 17:00 GMT
Full application deadline: 28th, February, 2019, 17:00 GMT
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Funding limit: Up to £4 million
Special Notes: Please contact with the donor directly for further clarification and understanding.
Project start date: Not found
Project duration: Up to 5 years
Eligible organization: As below
● Collaborative Awards are for teams of researchers bringing together the relevant expertise and experience to address the most important scientific problems.
● Each applicant must be essential to the proposed collaborative research and have:
Proven research expertise and experience in their field.
An academic or research post (or equivalent).
A salary for the duration of the award period. If this is not in place, your employing organisation must provide a guarantee of salary support for the duration of the award.
● Members of the team must have proven experience in collaborative research and consist of independent research groups.
● Team size will depend on the proposed research, but should generally have more than two applicants, and no more than seven.
● Teams may be based in the same or in different organisations, and must bring different expertise or disciplines to the research question.
● Applicants should usually be based at eligible organisations in the UK, Republic of Ireland, or low- or middle-income countries. However, we can make exceptions for projects that need specific expertise or resources provided by team members based in other countries.
Where your host organisation is based:
● UK, Republic of Ireland, Low- or middle-income countries
Submission mail: Not found
Other important link:
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● Form (Proposal- Sample preliminary application form for Collaborative Awards in Science): Click to view
● Form (Proposal- Sample full application form for Collaborative Awards in Science): Click to view
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