People, skills and training news
BBSRC today announced the closure of its International Scientific Interchange Scheme (ISIS) before the launch of an International Travel Award Scheme (ITAS) that will allow scientists to add an international dimension to their BBSRC funded research. The International Scientific Interchange Scheme closes 10 July with final applications needing to be entered at least 6 weeks before travel.
Over £1M awarded to individuals, teams and institutions in the UK to reinvest in impact and innovation. This year, the gala event at the Royal Horticultural Halls, London, comprised two main awards: Innovator of the Year and Excellence with Impact.
The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) will be changing its name to the “Earlham Institute” on 27 June 2016. The Earlham Institute will build upon the research foundation developed as TGAC and continue to help answer the most fundamental questions in biological sciences today, from its home on Norwich Research Park.