The funders' selection process: how peer review works - Chelmsford
Wednesday, 12 October 2016 from 14:00 to 16:00 (BST)
Peer review is used in different ways in research. For example, to decide what should be published or funded, or to figure out what evidence is best to use in policy making. But how does it actually work? This seminar will give you an insight into what happens during the peer review process.
This seminar falls under the following strand:
EXPLORE- Activities designed to put ARU resources in practice and find ways in which they can work for you.
When & Where
Anglia Ruskin University Research Funding Observatory
The Research Funding Observatory is a series of focussed, targeted events and seminars to support academic and research staff at ARU on the path to success.
Led by Research Services, the planned programme of events and support will utilise the expertise of the ARU academic community and beyond to develop research ideas and potential, offer insights and support on applying for and winning research funding, as well as contributing to world class research and its impact.
PLEASE ONLY BOOK ON THE SEMINARS IF YOU ARE A MEMBER OF ACADEMIC OR RESEARCH STAFF AT ARU THESE EVENTS ARE NOT OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC