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We have a problem: writing the second part of the case for support.

This post is about writing the section of the case for support that convinces the reader that the research project you propose to do is really important and deserves to be supported with a grant. In the book, we call … Continue reading

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One line answers to tricky questions

Andrew gave me some useful tips on how to help short-listed candidates prepare for funding panel interviews (e.g. the European Research Council Starting Grant interviews this month).  I have now road tested this advice on an ERC applicant.  He tells me that he faces tomorrow’s  interview with increased confidence.  So … Continue reading

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