Summaries of all twelve of the Valuing Nature Placement Scheme's research are now available, as well as their presentations from the launch event in London.
These one to three month placements are designed to enable researchers to work in a new disciplinary, institutional or applied setting, and are funded through the Valuing Nature Programme. Led by Robert Fish, member of the Valuing Nature Programme Coordination Team, the Scheme will support the Programme's goal of building an interdisciplinary research community that is capable of working across the natural, biological and social sciences and arts and humanities, and of linking researchers to businesses, policymakers and practitioners.
The placements will enable researchers to work in a new disciplinary, institutional or applied setting, and to produce outputs which can be shared with the Valuing Nature community. For further information, please see the Valuing Nature Placement Scheme page.
The list of successful applicants can be found on the Placements page.