Applications for the 2013 fellowship are now closed. If you are interested to apply for the 2014 fellowship you will need to have the following material and information for your online application starting October 2013:
- Letter of motivation including a statement explaining why your research differs from the mainstream
(max. 1 page)
- Research experience (max. 500 characters)
e.g. lab assistant at Harvard University 1999-2003
- Your CV (max. 4 pages)
- References of your three best publications
- Digital copies of your three best publications
- Contact details of two references
- Statement positioning your proposed research project within your discipline (max. 500 characters)
- Your proposed research project (max. 3 pages)
In preparing the description of your intended research you may wish to give emphasis to the idea or concept forming the heart of the work, the methods to be used for its implementation, and the potential impact of the outcome both for your own subject and for other disciplines. You should seek to present links between society and science that you wish to explore and promote.
All documents must be submitted as PDF files.
Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Society in Science team on