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About the Isaac Newton Trust

The Isaac Newton Trust is a charity established in 1988 by Trinity College. The Trust promotes learning, research and education in the University of Cambridge, primarily by providing support to early career researchers and by making research grants to departments and programmes within the University and its constituent Colleges.


Early Career Researchers

Research Fellowships, support for new lecturers and independent postdocs...

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Established researchers

Research grants, support for research assistants...

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Strategic grants

Programmes, collaborative projects, new and interdisciplinary initiatives.....

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College collaborations

Junior Research Fellowships, CTO research leave....

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Recent research grants

Isaac Newton Research Grants (RGS) are awarded each year (in March, July and November), to departments and institutions of the University for the support of research projects. For details of Emergency, Project, Equipment and Strategic grants made in July 2017 see

Research grants July 2017

Forthcoming closing dates

Newton Trust Research Grants The Easter Term 2017 round has now closed.  The Michaelmas Term round will open in early October for late November decisions. Please note that we have new instructions for applicants -  see the Research Grants tab for details.

 

Trustees' meeting dates

Thursday 30 November 2017 at 4pm

Thursday 15 March 2018 at 4pm

Monday 2 July 2018 at 3pm

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