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The Research Whisperer: “Golden-brown grant applications” – making sure your research bid isn’t half baked!

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pie     The’ Research Whisperer’ is a blog “dedicated to the topic of doing research in academia. We talk about finding funding, research culture, and building academic track-records”. The writers are based in Australia but much of their advice on bid-writing  and research culture ring equally true here in the UK context.   A recent post on the need to maintain  quality whilst “cooking up” a research application particularly caught my eye.

See The Research Whisperer site:   Golden-brown grant applications.

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