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Opportunity profile: Alan Turing Institute seeks its social side

Calling social scientists—the Alan Turing Institute needs you! Donna Brown, its director of academic engagement, tells Lila Randall how researchers can join up via a joint fellowship with the ESRC.

The Alan Turing Institute says it wants to bring more social scientists into the institute so it has set up the Economic and Social Research Council and Alan Turing Institute joint fellowship aimed at social scientists with at least four years of academic research experience following the submission of their PhD.

The institute expects to award three fellowships with this call. A second ESRC-Alan Turing Institute joint fellowship call is also planned, but its launch date has yet to be finalised.

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