AMR Pre-Call Announcement and Networking Event for Theme 3
1 November 2016
The AHRC, working with RCUK partners, is leading on a funding call under Theme 3: Understanding Real World Interactions.
The call, focusing on AMR in the built and indoor environment will be launched in November 2016. The call is expected to be for full proposals for pump-priming awards of up to £250,000 and up to 36 months duration. The deadline is expected to be in February 2017. AHRC anticipate funding in the region of 8-12 projects.
The call will invite innovative, cross disciplinary proposals that increase our understanding of the role that human and animal interactions with, and within, the indoor and built environment play in contributing to, or preventing, the evolution of AMR, and the potential for culturally informed, creative and design-led approaches to generate innovative ways to address the challenges of AMR in indoor and built environments.
Key areas which it is expected that the call will cover include:
- Places, Spaces, Cultures and Practices: Interactions with and within the Indoor and Built Environment
- Pathways and Journeys through the Built Environment and the Dynamics of Change
- Creative, Collaborative and Disruptive Innovation, Experiments and Design in Indoor/ Built Environments
- Reflection, Learning, Data and Valuing Impacts from Changes to the Indoor/ Built Environment
For more information visit the AHRC website: http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/newsevents/news/amr-pre-call-announcement/
AHRC will be holding an all-day networking and information event in Central London on 30 November 2016. The event will provide an opportunity to discuss research opportunities relevant to the call and for interested researchers and collaborators to network. Further details of the event and how to apply for a place can be found on AHRC's Events pages.