This page provides links to places where you can get useful information from the Web. It will be updated and improved as time permits.
The Business Development Directorate home page is an entry point for useful information about applying for external research grants. For those preparing grant applications, full up-to-date costings for staff (RA's and technical staff) can be found by using the pFACT system.
and Physical Sciences Research Council homepage is a very useful source of
reference. You can find grant application forms, referee report forms, as well
as their complete studentship handbook on-line.Links to the other Research Council
home pages are provided, specifically the Biotechnology
and Biological Sciences Research Council.
To get information about the European Union, try the EU web site. For more specific information about the TMR (Training and Mobility of Researchers) programme, look at TMR Home Page. Information on the Seventh framework programme is available. Further informationcan be found at CORDIS Home Page.
The ISI database is now available through the University Library site. You will require your campus id and password to access this service. Information about all the databases at Daresbury are available from CDS Home Page.
Industrial links: Chemicals Technology
Those who want to know more about nomenclature, should try the IUPAC Home Page.
ChemDex page and the "Links
for Chemists" site at Liverpool are excellent places to find information
about chemists and chemistry. They provide links to universities, companies
and software as well as more specialised chemical topics. Another useful internet resource for chemists is chemistryguide.org. A collection of chemistry
software links is also available at http://www.chemistry-software.com/.
Sites which advertise jobs and studentship vacancies include: Chemjobs.net,
New Scientist and the European