Appel à candidatures pour le Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence 2023-2024 (jusqu'à £25,000)

: 13 septembre 2023

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Applications for the Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence 2023-2024 are now open. The Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence (EiR) scheme, part of the Science, Industry and Transalation progamme, aims to inscrise the knowledge and awareness in UK universities of cuting edge industrial science, research and innovation.

The scheme provides opportunities for enthusiastic, highly experienced industrial scientists and entrepreneurs to spend one day a week at a university developing a bespoke project to : 

  • Expose university staff and students to state-of-the-art industrial research and development, and the scientific challenges faced by industry.
  • Provide support and expert advice aimed at promoting innovation and the translation of research by universities.
  • Grow confidence in and understanding of business and entrepreneurship among staff and students.
  • Provide career recognetion to the award holders, and support their professional developement.


The EiR awards are for two years. The value of the scheme is up to a maximum of £25,000 per year (including VAT where applicable), and is expected to cover the following : 

  • Salary equivalent to 0.2 FTE of the award holder’s currentr salary to spend 20% of their working time at the host. The EiR’s basic salary only will be paid during the secondment ; the EiR’s employer will continue to pay natiola insurance and pension contributions.
  • Travel and project costs for award holder to travel to and from their host, and accommodation if required. Project costs to help deliver the aims of the project plan can also be included, as can conference attendance, meeting workshops and training.


  • The scheme covers all areas of the life and physical science, including engineering, but excluding clinical medicine.
  • The scheme is open to applicants of any nationality, who are eligible to work in the UK for the duration of the award. Applicants should have a background in science and engineering. They must be able to demonstrate significant experience of working in science in an industrial research context, and one or more of the following : 

  1. Experience of managing university-business collaborations and the translation and commercialisation of resaerch.
  2. Experience of entrepreneurship, such as company formation and growth, investment etc.
  3. Experience or interest in training, coaching or mentoring.

  • Applicants can be either employed full-time, or self-employed.


  • Applications should be submitted  through the Society’s grand management system Flexi-Grant. 
  • Applications are assessed by the Industry Fellowship panel.

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