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EPSRC Reference: EP/S017607/1
Title: King's College London - EPSRC Capital Award emphasising support for Early Career Researchers
Principal Investigator: Mottershead, Mr C
Other Investigators:
Razavi, Professor R
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Department: King's College London Central Offices
Organisation: Kings College London
Scheme: Standard Research - NR1
Starts: 01 October 2018 Ends: 31 March 2020 Value (£): 150,000
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Panel DatePanel NameOutcome
23 Jul 2018 Capital Award in Support of ECR Announced
Summary on Grant Application Form
A key feature of the King's Research Strategy is to encourage multi-and interdisciplinary research. As part of this strategy King's launched the 'King's Together' scheme in 2016. This scheme aims to bring together researchers around important scientific challenges, sharing expertise, know-how facilities and resources to undertake curiosity-driven research that address new and emerging problems.

We will allocate this capital equipment award to multi-disciplinary teams of Early Career Researchers by drawing on our King's Together programme to create exciting bottom up collaborations that will be able to purchase and utilise shared equipment in order to undertake excellent science.

By allocating this capital award for early career researchers through this scheme, we can ensure that:

1. The equipment is benefiting teams of multi-disciplinary early career researchers;

2. That the equipment is underpinning exciting ground breaking science that is co-created and can have a step-change in important research challenges;

3. That the equipment is appropriately resourced, for example by providing additional funding for technician support or research assistance through the existing King's Together funding;

4. That the equipment purchased aligns with King's strategic priorities and aligns with our strategic plan.

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