Professional support, career development, involvement and information - just some of the reasons why Bristol is one of the UK's best employers of researchers.
We received the HR Excellence in Research award in 2010, and successfully retained it in 2015, demonstrating our commitment to the career development of our employed researchers.
Training and development
A range of specially-tailored training and development activities and resources for University researchers.
Current funding calls, funding for a specific purpose and information about different funders schemes including EU and International funding.
Expert support in seeking external funding, a contact point for funding agencies and partners, and a detailed knowledge of a wide range of funding issues.
Supporting large or complex research programmes and strategic initiatives, usually involving relationships with external partners.
Helping you disseminate your work through commercial channels for greater economic or social impact.
Research information system (Pure)
Pure enables us to collect, organise and integrate information about our research. The Explore Bristol Research web site displays information sourced from Pure.
Guidance and support on managing research data.
Securely publish data which underpins a research output while maintaining ongoing access.
Exchanging and generating new ideas
The Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS) encourages interdisciplinary research by funding workshops and fellowships; staging distinguished lectures and lively debates; and by facilitating interaction between Bristol academics and other outstanding scholars, industry and the cultural sector.
The Public Engagement team supports and promotes interactions between the University and the outside world, from attracting people to many free public events run by the University, to helping academics share their work with new audiences.
IT services provide support for researchers in many ways including Advanced/High-Performance Computing and the work of Research IT.