If you would like assistance in finding collaborators from across the C2D3 community, or have questions about finding funding for a particular project, please contact us.
Current opportunities from Cambridge Centre for Data-Driven Discovery
C2D3 invites suggestions for interdisciplinary workshops. The aim of the workshops are to promote interactions between researchers across Cambridge, and to identify key interdisciplinary challenges in big data research, that we will adopt and promote via the Interdisciplinary Research Centre networks.
Sources of funding
Information on funding can be found using a range of resources including:
- Research Professional - a searchable database providing a comprehensive list of current funding calls open to UK researchers. It offers the ability to create and save customised searches and set up email alerts, and is free to use by anyone with a cam.ac.uk address.
- Research Strategy Office - for information on internal funding opportunities and restricted calls
- Research Operations Office - for general information on funding and in particular assistance in securing European funding.
- European Union - CORDIS
- The Cambridge University Development Office (CUDO) are involved in fundraising for major gifts for academic priorities across the University. If you feel your project may be suitable, you should discuss your Head of Department in the first instance about whether CUDO could be of assistance.
Interdisciplinary research proposals
C2D3 can offer assistance in the writing of large, cross-departmental, interdisciplinary funding proposals. Please contact email@example.com for more details.
Pathways to Policy Impact
The Centre for Science and Policy is now offering support in writing the ‘Pathways to Impact’ section of grant proposals, helping you explore the policy implications of your research and connecting you to policy makers to increase the impact of your work.
CSaP can use its thriving network of Policy Fellows and established ways of bringing together policy makers and academics to help your research achieve policy impact. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit CSaP’s website at http://www.csap.cam.ac.uk/programmes/pathways-impact/.