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Last-minute bids, Chinese Academy of Sciences, mastering museum grants, Gerd Gigerenzer: risky business

A roundup of this week’s Funding Insight articles

Funding Insight returns from its Summer holidays with four articles to help readers in their quests for research cash as we head into Autumn. First, our columnist Adam Golberg has some advice for those looking at their schedules and concluding that only a last-minute blitz will get an application finished. Second, we hear how an atmospheric chemist’s increasingly fruitful collaboration with Chinese partners was sparked by a grant from the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Third, we talk to a former fellow of the National Maritime Museum about getting museum and library grant applications shipshape. And finally, we chat to preeminent experimental psychologist Gerd Gigerenzer, who talks about the unusual funding source for his work promoting public understanding of risk.

This week in Funding Insight

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