The Lisa Jardine Grant Scheme is designed to offer the opportunity for early-career scholars to exploit the history of science collections, including the Royal Society’s own, in support of their research in the field of intellectual history. Grants are intended to encourage the free movement of researchers across disciplines and countries and to stimulate academics studying intellectual history to consider science in their research.
Subject of Study:
All activities must be on a subject combining the humanities and the natural sciences. This includes, but is not limited to: intellectual history, cultural history, history of science, philosophy of science, history of art, and historical geography. The scheme places special emphasis on Early Modern science and European networks of the period.
Duration of the Scholarship: Awards provide a maximum of 3 months financial support which must be used within a 12 month period.
Selected candidates for The Lisa Jardine Grant Scheme are provided with,
To be eligible to apply for The Lisa Jardine Grant Scheme offered by The Royal Society London, applicants must be
How to apply:
Here is the application process to apply for The Lisa Jardine Grant Scheme offered by The Royal Society, London.
Eligible applications will be considered by a panel of independent experts and applicants will be notified of the outcome 6-8 weeks after the round closes.
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RELEVANT SCHOLARSHIP LINKS
Visit the official website for more information about The Lisa Jardine Grant Scheme.
Applicants must check the eligibility criteria before submitting the online application form.
It is important to refer to the scheme notes to know in detail about the eligibility requirements, application process and grants provided.
ABOUT THE ROYAL SOCIETY
The Royal Society is a Fellowship of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.. We are the independent scientific academy of the UK, dedicated to promoting excellence in science for the benefit of humanity. The Society’s fundamental purpose, reflected in its founding Charters of the 1660s, is to recognize, promote, and support excellence in science and to encourage the development and use of science for the benefit of humanity. The Royal Society provides grants and fellowships for outstanding researchers in the UK and internationally.