As part of my mission to understand ways to generate funding for ecological work and research – I have begun writing for a non-profit environmentalgrants.org. Such a cool idea, environmentalgrants.org effectively functions as a search engine for users who can look for relevant funding opportunities worldwide in the environmental space.
It can help you discover the various funding opportunities available to you – as well as the steps you need to take to get it in the bag!
The full article published on their site can be read here. It introduces the Linnean Society of New South Wales, Australia, an organization that offers research grants for natural science projects from three funds:
- The Joyce W Vickery Grant for postgraduate and Honors degree students (part- or full-time) from Australian universities enrolled in biological sciences.
- The Betty Mayne Grant for postgraduate and Honors degree students as well as amateur or professional geologists who can demonstrate achievement in original earth science research.
- The William Macleay Grant for postgraduate and Honors degree students (part- or full-time) from Australian universities as well as amateur or professional geologists who can demonstrate achievement in original microbiological research.
For more information on when and how to apply, check out the blog post here.
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