The British Academy have used e-GAP as their application submission system for a number of years. They have now changed to Flexi-Grant.
If you have previously registered with eGAP, your account has been migrated to the new grant management platform, Flexi-Grant®. Before you can log in to Flexi-Grant®, you will need to reset your password as your existing eGAP password will not work. View this page and click on ‘Reset eGAP password’ to access the new system. If you have never registered for eGAP then you can create an account on Flexi-Grant by clicking on ‘register’ in the ‘Get Involved’ section of the same page.
You will have to register for an account on Flexi-Grant in order to apply to any future British Academy funding opportunities.
Applicants who have submitted an application through eGAP and are still awaiting a result should be able to review progress through the new system.
For the current funding round of Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science, we are only accepting applications that explore the relationships between regulation and health.
The deadline for these applications is October 2017.
Rules, laws and guidelines affect how people deliver healthcare and biomedical research.
Rapid and unexpected technological, social and political change can test regulations, sometimes to breaking point. We’re looking for innovative research proposals that explore this.
Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
- how the regulation of heath has been experienced and understood in the past
- how regulators prepare for unknown developments
- why regulation doesn’t always work
- promoting health by regulating how people behave
- how ethical norms are translated into regulation
- alternatives to governments as regulators
- the interplay of regulatory regimes (for example at a national and international level)
- regulation of drug research, production and distribution
- regulation of health emergencies and crises.
We welcome research ideas from a range of humanities and social science disciplines.
Find out more about applying for Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science.
The Institute for Apprenticeships is seeking applications for the role of Peer Reviewer to join a register of independent, third-party experts who will review apprenticeship standards and assessment plans, contributing to the development of the apprenticeship programme.
The Peer Review Register will consist of experts from employers, professional bodies, trade associations, business representative bodies and assessment organisations. Applications from individuals from industry regulatory bodies, academia and training organisations are also welcomed.
Peer Reviewers will be required for up to a maximum of two days per month, and the role will be a two year fixed-term appointment which can be extended.
The closing date for applications is noon on 25 August 2017, with Peer Reviewers appointed and in place by the end of September.
Find out more and apply.
The Royal Society is looking for brilliant science and scientists to feature at the Summer Science Exhibition 2018.
The Exhibition features the UK’s most inspiring research and is a chance for scientists to showcase their work to over 14,000 people, including everyone from school children and families to MPs and Fellows of the Royal Society. Exhibitors are supported throughout the process and get dedicated support, advice and guidance from their Exhibition team.
The call for proposals closes on 1 September 2017 and the Exhibition will run from 2 – 8 July 2018.
If you are interested in finding out more or applying, please visit this website: https://royalsociety.org/science-events-and-lectures/2017/summer-science-exhibition/proposals/.