The Economic and Social Research Council’s Governance after Brexit competition had a tight deadline in 2018. Grant-winner Colin Murray tells Sophie Inge how he handled the pressure.
Colin Murray, a reader in public law at Newcastle University, led a bid that won £201,772 in the Innovation Grants category of the Economic and Social Research Council’s Governance after Brexit scheme.
The scheme, which is part of the UK in a Changing Europe initiative, will open again in spring 2019. Last year the scheme had two categories: Innovation Grants worth between £150,000 and £249,999, and Larger Grants of £250,000 to £750,000. The council has not yet confirmed the grant sizes for the next call.