Archaeology Research Grants and Radiocarbon dates schemes open for applications05 February 2020
The Archaeology Research Grants scheme 2020 and the 2020 Radiocarbon dates scheme open for applications until 24 March.
Archaeology Research Grants Scheme
The Royal Irish Academy has traditionally run an annual Archaeology Research Grants Scheme in partnership with the National Monuments Service (Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht). This scheme funds projects that provide a significant and original contribution to archaeological knowledge. This year we are pleased to say that the Department for Communities Northern Ireland, through the Historic Environment Division are also partnering with us, allowing the scheme to now operate on an all-island basis.
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Radiocarbon dates scheme
We are also delighted that Queen's University Belfast have once again agreed to support radiocarbon dating for up to twelve applicants to be used for the purposes of archaeological research in Ireland. A minimum of two out of the twelve radiocarbon dates offered will be exclusively allocated to students.
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