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NERC invites proposals for the first round of highlight topics, a new route for funding strategic research

NERC invites proposals for the first round of highlight topics, a new route for funding strategic research. Highlight topics focus strategic research on defined topic areas, and will be delivered through independent projects.

The highlight topics in this call are:

• Understanding and predicting anomalous trends in surface temperature and implications for decadal to centennial climate behaviour

• Environmental pathways, impacts and fate of manufactured nanomaterials

• Dynamics of freshwater ecosystems within an integrated landscape system

• Integrated dynamics of natural capital systems: bringing the natural environment into economic decision making

• eDNA: a key new tool for 21st century ecology

NERC has allocated £12m to this call and a maximum of £3m (cost to NERC) is available per highlight topic. There are more highlight topics than funding is available for, so that all highlight topics will not, necessarily, result in funded grants. This is to ensure that only the very best research is funded.

Notification of intent to submit a proposal must be received at least one month before the closing date.

The closing date is 16:00 on Thursday 9 April 2015. Proposals must be submitted via the research councils' Je-S system.

Please see the website for the Announcement of Opportunity and full details: http://www.nerc.ac.uk/funding/application/currentopportunities/ao-highlight-topics-jan2015/

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