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My winning proposal: British Academy small research grants

British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grants have a wide remit, and three-time winner Nathan Abrams used his last one to grow a research network. He lets Anna McKie in on some tips and tricks.

Something of a lifeline for many researchers, the British Academy’s scheme of Small Research Grants, which has been supported by the Leverhulme Trust since 2012, is the academy’s most popular in terms of applications received and number of awards made.

The grants provide up to £10,000 for direct research expenses on a clearly defined research project for up to two years. Application periods are open twice a year, with the next deadline on 1 November. The following round will open on 11 April and close on 6 June.

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