Research & Innovation Services

Events 

Shut-Up and Write

A drop-in session to work on your proposal, consult with Research and Innovation Services (RIS) research development staff while enjoying tea, coffee and snacks.

Date: Monday 4 September 2017
Time: 10:15am-1:05pm
Location: 8W 4.23

@Home with Horizon 2020: upcoming 2018-2020 funding period

Dr Caroline Ang, European Research Development Manager, will give a brief introduction to the Horizon 2020 programme. She will focus on the next funding period covering 2018-2020, present highlights from the upcoming calls and discuss how to get involved.
Date: Thursday 7 September 2017
Time: 11.15am to 12.05pm
Location: 8 West 2.1
Please register by Wednesday 6 September.

Wellcome Trust Visit

Roger Blake, Grants Liaison Manager from the Wellcome Trust, along with Senior Portfolio Managers, will be providing an overview talk. This will be followed by lunch and then three parallel workshops.
Date: 27 September 2017
Time: 11:30 am
Location: CB 5.1
Further information and registration.

Shut-Up and Write

The purpose of these sessions which take place on the first Monday of every month is to provide researchers with a quiet place and time to work on their research proposals with RIS staff to provide advice. Coffee, tea and biscuits will also be provided.
Date: First Monday of every month.
Time: 10am-1pm 
Location: 4W 2.4  
For further information please contact Dr Caroline Ang.   

Public Engagement Conversations

Public Engagement Conversations are short, informal meetings on a Wednesday afternoon where researchers and professional services staff meet to learn more about, and discuss, specific engagement-related themes. Researchers from across the University (and occasionally, outside of it) present on an area of interest, followed by Q&As and focused discussion. Refreshments are provided. Several conversations are running across the Autumn. Further information.

Application Surgeries

The Research Development & Knowledge Exchange (RDKE) team will be running 'Application Surgeries' to allow those applying for external research funding the opportunity for constructive feedback on any aspect of your planned research or knowledge transfer activities, and provide suggestions for a way forward to completion and submission. 

Surgeries will be run once a month and attendance is on a first come first served basis. Sessions are for one hour and documents for review should be submitted at least a week before the session date.
Further information and registration

Pure

Pure is a Current Research Information System (CRIS) which answers many of the University's current research management and reporting needs. We run regular training sessions to give an overview of Pure and how to add key data. Further information and registration.

Department for Health Research Governance Drop in Session

The University of Bath's Department for Health is holding a Research Governance Drop in Session (Word Document) every Monday between 2-4pm in NH 5.35 (the PBSPCRC office).