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My winning proposal: British Academy postdoc fellowships

The British Academy’s Postdoctoral Fellowships help early-career researchers to get major projects under their belts. Chloë Duckworth, who won a fellowship in the last round, spoke to James Brooks about her work on glass composition.

The call for the next round of the British Academy’s three-year Postdoctoral Fellowships is yet to be made, but the deadline is likely to fall in October. The fellowships are normally reserved for researchers who have completed their viva within the past three years, and the funding amount is not fixed.

Chloë Duckworth, an archaeologist at the University of Leicester, was one of the last round’s 45 winners. Her project had a total budget of £250,000, 80 per cent of which will be funded by the academy.

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