Grants

for PhD candidates ×


  • High Risk High Reward

    Objective: The Scheme for Funding High Risk - High Reward Research aims at supporting proposals that are conceptually new and risky, and if successful, expected to have a paradigm shifting influence on the S&T. This may be in terms of formulating new hypothesis, or scientific breakthroughs which aid in emergence …


  • Industry Relevant R&D

    The funding shall be shared between SERB and Industry. The …

    Objective:

    The objective of the scheme is to utilize the expertise available in academic institutions and national laboratories to solve industry specific problems for the larger benefit of society Eligibility: (i). Academic Partner Indian citizens residing in India.The academic partner must hold a regular academic/research position in an academic institution or national laboratories or …


  • Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship Programme

    a salary of €31,275 per annumemployer’s PRSI contribution of €3,395 …

    This programme aims to support suitably qualified applicants in any discipline to pursue a postdoctoral fellowship at an eligible higher education institution in Ireland. Fellows will hold a Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship.


  • Young Scientist Seminars Competition

    Winners will receive an all-expenses paid trip to the University …

    The Young Scientist Seminars (YSS) is a video series produced by iBiology that features early-career scientists giving talks about their research and discoveries. As with all iBiology videos, the YSS videos are freely available online and widely viewed by an international audience of students, scientists, educators, and the public. Speakers …


  • Terry Hennessey Microbiology Fellowship

    Maximum of £1,500, payable to the applicant upon return from …

    A Short Note About Dr Terry Hennessey: Terry Hennessey qualified in Medicine at Oxford University where he was awarded a Doctor of Medicine for his research on antibiotic-resistant on enterobacteria (undertaken with Dr Naomi Datta at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School). Keenly aware of the need to consider the serious …