The Royal Society Grants
The Royal Society is an independent scientific academy in the UK, that is dedicated to promoting excellence in science for the benefit of humanity. They have a bunch of facilities physically in the UK and online. The have an e-library and an online journal publication platform.
As a self-governing Fellowship made up of the most eminent scientists, engineers and technologists from the UK and other Commonwealth nations. Fellows and Foreign Members are elected for life through a peer review process on the basis of excellence in science.
There are approximately 1,700 Fellows and Foreign Members, including around 85 Nobel Laureates. Each year up to 52 Fellows and up to 10 Foreign Members are elected from a group of around 800 candidates who are proposed by the existing Fellowship.
The Royal Society is funded by Gifts from foundations, corporations and individual donors, as well as legacies in the form of bequests and contributions received in the memory of others. All these contributions and donations help them to maintain their independence, influence and lead scientific discovery and create a future for scientific excellence.
The society also receive grants from the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to support their work on scientific excellence and innovation, science and mathematics education, international activities and science communication activities.
The funding for the beneficiaries of the different grants and awards are explained in the individual programs page.
Click here to see all the available grants on the Royal society website.
The Royal Society has a number of Grants, and awards for different purposes and different groups of people. The various programs would be discussed on our blog soon but, in the meantime; visit click here to see the programs and their individual requirements.
The individual programs have different application periods and deadline, some applications are already closed for the year.