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The funding timetable for the rest of 2013 is shown below.

If you wish to receive updates and news about the programme, please contact us at hsdrinfo@southampton.ac.uk

If you are planning to submit an application, we recommend that you read our Tips for Applicants first.

 

 Call type   Open date Closing Date

Assessment date (first stage)

 Commissioned

End of Oct 2013

TBC

TBC

 Researcher-led7 Oct 2013

30 Jan 2014

Apr 2014
Themed call15 Jul 201330 Jan 2014Apr 2014

 

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