Support for researchers
The University of Bradford is a research intensive instituiton, so the value we place on our researchers is reflected in the extensive amount of help we offer our research staff. Support includes:
- workshops and tools to identify funding
- resources and help on preparing proposals and managing your project
- specialists to guide you through:
- intellectual property
- ethics approval
- the development of impact case studies
- promoting your outcomes.
If you are considering a research career at Bradford, please get in touch with the Department of Research and Innovation Services to explore the support available in more detail. If you have just arrived at Bradford, there is a huge amount of information available on our Departmental Intranet Website.
Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought. Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
Research and Innovation Services
The Department of Research and Innovation Services provides a service to the University of Bradford's research community by supporting academics to identify and apply for research grants, gain ethics approval for their research, protect their ideas and find ways to make the most of novel research, seek out commercial partners to exchange knowledge with, and protect the University by handling contractual arrangements with funders and partners.
We have experts in:
- Bid writing
- Applying for ethics approval
- Applying for patents
- Spinning out novel ideas into companies
- Legal contract development
- REF and Impact
- Business Development
- Knowledge Transfer Partnership programmes
To contact us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01274 236000.
The University provide many training and development opportunities to help its research staff progress from early career to established professor. Development opportunities for research staff include training and seminars on:
- Research ethics
- Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
- Horizon 2020
- Costing, pricing and winning grant funding
Research students (and staff if they wish to attend) also have access to the PGR framework. A training and development programme for doctoral researchers delivered as seminars, lectures, modules or one to one support.
The University Library also run a programme of workshops to develop your skills in finding and managing information to support your research and maximise your impact.
Competitive internal investment funds are available for researchers to get support to travel overseas, shape and build a collaborative research bid and promote their publications. There is a particular focus on international and partner research and early career research development.