The RSE recently launched two funding initiatives to kick-start academic research in response to pandemic and climate change

  • Two separate funds are available as part of a drive to support disadvantaged academics and to facilitate collaboration in climate change research.
  • As well as funding, peer to peer support and mentoring will help translate ideas into impact.

The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE), Scotland’s national academy, this week announced two new funding calls to help tackle two of the world’s most urgent challenges: the impact of Covid-19 and climate change.
The grants will be available to researchers and academics whose work has been adversely affected by Covid-19, or who are investigating the impact of climate change.

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