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Sharing future leadership, what the EIC wants, research offices under pressure, opening up to interdisciplinarity


A roundup of this week’s Funding Insight articles

In this final clutch of Funding Insight articles this year, we prepare for the 2024 round of UK Research and Innovation’s Future Leaders Fellowships by speaking to a winner whose bid questioned notions of ‘leadership’ itself. 

We get the lowdown on what the European Innovation Council looks for in bids from an EIC evaluator and European Research Council grant-holder. We hear why many research managers are feeling overworked and unappreciated, and ask what can be done to improve their lot. And we revisit advice on making connections in distant disciplines from a musicologist who wanted to understand why jazz written by artificial intelligence is so awful.

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