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Systematics Research Fund (SRF)

SRF

Systematics Research Fund

Applications for the 2013/14 Systematics Research Fund have closed, successful candidates will be informed via email by April 30th 2014.

The results of previous rounds 2013/14, 2012/13, 2011/12, 2010/11, 2009/10, 2008/09, 2007/08 and 2006/07


SynTax

Systematics & Taxonomy research

This scheme has now finished
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CoSyst

Collaborative Scheme for Systematics Research

This scheme has now finished
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Systematics Association Linnean Society of London

The Councils of the Linnean Society and the Systematics Association jointly administer the SRF fund.

Applications of all nationalities are welcome. Please note that only electronic applications made using the form below are acceptable.

Typical activities supported include contributions to fieldwork expenditure, the purchase of scientific equipment or expertise (e.g. buying time on analytical equipment), specimen preparation (including the cost of temporary technical assistance), and contributions to publication costs. Projects of a more general or educational nature will also be considered, provided that they include a strong systematics component. Typical activities not supported include attendance at scientific meetings and contribtuions to student maintenance or tuition fees. The fund does not provide payments for Bench Fees. Projects already substantially funded by other bodies may be disadvantaged.

Successful projects are selected by a panel of systematists who represent a wide range of conceptual interests and taxonomic groups. The value of any single award will not exceed £1500.

Please read the "Guidelines for applying for SRF funding" before completing the online application form below. Please note that only applications made using the form below are acceptable.

Applications for the 2013/14 round have closed. Successful candidates will be informed via email by April 30th 2014.

Questions about the application procedure can be sent to Dr. Mark Carine

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Results

The SRF received a total of 96 applications for the 2013/14 round. Thirty of the applications were funded. A full list of the successful candidates can be found here.

The results of the 2013/14, 2012/13, 2011/12, 2010/11, 2009/10, 2008/09, 2007/08 and 2006/07 round.

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Contact

Questions about the application procedure can be sent to Dr. Mark Carine

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