FURS - Research Reporting
If you are awarded a grant, it is a condition of your acceptance that:
1. each year (to coincide with the Trustees' meeting) and at the end of the specified period of funding, you will complete and return progress reports. This administrative information is needed in order to monitor as best as possible the research grant scheme;
2. at the end of the specified period of funding, your supervisor will send the Foundation a report on your progress;
3. at the end of the specified period of funding, you will write a short summary report of 1000-1500 words about your scientific findings, to be published on the Foundation's website;
4. if you later produce a full length report, article or any other publication, you will
1. make formal acknowledgement of the FURS grant, and
2. inform the Foundation so that details (or the actual text if you wish) can be placed on the Foundation's website.
5. if the period of your research project extends beyond the date mentioned above, you will in any case complete and return your report, clearly stating when your work is expected to be finished. A final progress report will be required at that time, as well as a short summary report as described in Section 2 above.
6. if at the end of the specified period of funding you have unspent money, you will be required to account such amount and advise how you intend to spend the remainder of the grant.
Progress Report Form
Please download the Progress Report Form and return by email in the first instance.