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E3I

The E3i (EnvEast Enterprise and Innovation) Student Club

Research within environmental science involves more than just furthering knowledge, it has another place within society in dealing with issues of global importance. But very rarely is this place acknowledged. One reason for this is because links between academic institutions, industry leaders and policy makers, and of course the wider public, have historically been fairly weak. Enterprise and innovation are broad terms for the method by which these links can be created. In the context of our research it can mean engaging in outreach with the wider public, getting involved with local government or creating a product that can be used to address an environmental issue.

The E3i (EnvEast Enterprise and Innovation) club is a student-led organisation which seeks to promote these activities through developing training opportunities, encouraging science communication, and creating ties with non-academic organisations with the aim of realising the full potential of our research.

Any research student based at one of EnvEast's partner institutes working within the NERC remit may join this club. If you're interested in joining, or wish to assist the club, or just need some more information, please don't hesitate to contact us:

Natasha Senior – President
Beth Williams - Vice-President

Jessie Gardner - Treasurer
Philip Lamb - Creative Director
David Litchfield - Policy officer
Kris Sales - Communications Officer
Seth Thomas - E3i Writer

 

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E3i Innovation Grant 2015/16 - Applications open

Do you want to use your research to build links between academia and public and private organisations?

Are you looking to place scientific information and evidence at the heart of decisions and policy?

Do you need funds to develop innovative tools and solutions to real world problems?

The E3i club invites early career researchers across the ENVEast Doctoral Training Partnership to apply for up to £500 to fund their innovation activities. Applications close at midnight on 8 January 2016.

For details of how to apply, see http://www.enveast.ac.uk/e3i-innovation-grant