How to apply for funding

The trust can make research grants, of typically up to £30,000 per year, to institutions or individuals to help fund research to support bee science.  Grants are primarily for British bee related research projects and broader bee science, although work in European universities or laboratories could also be funded.  Work on bee diseases will be given some priority, but funding is by no means limited to this area.  Research on any species of bee will be considered as will research that is not directly on bees but would be of potential broader benefit to beekeeping. Travel grants of up to £1,000 may also be made to enable UK based researchers to present their work at international meetings.

The research grant application form, advice to applicants and the conditions attached to a grant are available as Word files, as are the application form and report / claim form for travel grants. All the files are available below and can be downloaded via the down arrows to the left of the file names.  The Trustees meet twice a year, in the spring and in the autumn.  Grants for consideration at the spring meeting must be submitted by 1st March, and for the autumn meeting by 1st September. The application forms should be completed for all applications and sent to the Honorary Secretary, preferably by email, at the address given in the box to the left.  The Trust requires the wide and timely dissemination of results flowing from grants that have been made.  We support open access publishing and any costs associated with paying for publication can form part of a grant application.


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