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Tomorrow's climate scientists

Tomorrow’s climate scientists is an extension to the Society's school funding programme Partnership Grants. Introduced in 2020, Tomorrow's climate scientists aims to give students across the UK not just a voice, but an opportunity to take action themselves to address climate and biodiversity issues – to become the climate scientists of tomorrow. Schools can apply for grants of up to £3,000 to run investigative STEM projects in partnership with STEM professionals from academia or industry. 

Free online training sessions

Book now to attend a free online training session to find out more about the Tomorrow's climate scientists programme. Two training sessions specific to the programme are being run in November. By attending one of the sessions you will find out more about the application process as well as receiving hints and tips about how to make your application stand out. 

If you cannot attend one of these specific training sessions, additional sessions are being run about the wider Partnership Grants scheme in September and October. Details about these training sessions can be found on the Partnership Grants homepage

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Why apply for this scheme?

  • A chance for students to have a voice in the direction of scientific research by working with their STEM partner. 
  • Supports students to develop green skills as the UK moves towards a net zero future.
  • Additional opportunities for schools, including producing short films about their projects and sharing their work with the media.

How to apply?

Find out more about the scheme and other climate change and biodiversity resources via the pages below or contact the Schools Engagement team with any questions via education@royalsociety.org or 0207 451 2531.

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