5. Timetable 2018
Applications open: 3 September 2018
Applications close: 31 October 2018
Assessment of applications: 1 – 30 November 2018
Applicants informed of decision: by 13 December 2018
Project completion deadline: 1 September 2019 (please note that in order to apply for a Diversity in Science Grant again, a written report must have been provided on the previous project – see Section 8).
6. How to apply
Applications must be done through FluidReview. If you do not have a FluidReview account, you will need to set one up. Once you have signed up, you will receive an email with a link to follow in order to continue. By submitting an application, you declare that all the information you provide is true to the best of your knowledge. You confirm that the organisation(s) named are aware and supportive of this application and have given you the authority to use their name. If your application is successful, you will take every necessary step to ensure that the work plan is delivered in full and on time. You confirm that you have read and understand the Standard Conditions of the Biochemical Society Diversity in Science Grants and agree to abide by them, should your application be successful. You understand that failure to meet the aforementioned Standard Conditions will result in the termination of the funding agreement.
7. Assessment of applications
8. Reporting Requirements
- Grant applications will be assessed by at least two reviewers.
- The panel’s decision is final. However, anonymised feedback will be provided to all unsuccessful applicants on request.
Applicants are required to provide a post-activity report (500 – 1000 words) by 1 September 2019. This should give a brief overview of the project, including photographs where possible. The report may be posted on the Biochemical Society website and if appropriate may be printed in The Biochemist.
Applicants will not be eligible to apply for future Diversity in Science grants until a report has been submitted.
The grant of £500 (or £1,000 in exceptional circumstances) is inclusive of VAT and will be paid to the applicant in advance of the commencement of the project. However, if the standard conditions are not met in full or the project cannot be completed as set out in the application, the Biochemical Society may require repayment of part or the entire value of the grant as appropriate.
10. Termination of agreement
The Biochemical Society reserves the right to terminate funding agreements should conditions in the acceptance letter not be agreed or met.
11. General Conditions