The Society requires all successful grant applicants to provide a short report.
Recipients of Student Travel / Conference Grants must submit their report within 2 months after the end of the conference and will present their work at a BSSS event within one year.
Recipient of Innovation or Field Grants must submit a report within 6 months of receiving the grant.
Here is a selection of the recent reports recived from successful applicants.
Student Conference Grant Awards
Paul George - Attended the European Geosciences Union General Assembly (EGU) in Vienna, Austria in April 2019
Jana Darmovzala - Attended the 3rd Radiological Protection Week Conference in Rovini, Croatia in October 2018
Santosh Birman - Attended the 15th International Phytotechnology Conference, Novi Sad, Serbia
Jamal Hallam - Attended the EGU 2018 Conference, Vienna, Austria
Rita Razauskaite - Attended the North American Forest Soils Conference 2018, Quebec City, Quebec Canada
Dorien Vanhees - Attended Plant Biology Europe 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark
Jasmine Burr-Hersey - Attended the 2018 World Congress of Soil Science, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Field Equipment Grants
Perth Grammar School - Various equipment for Higher Geography and Environmental Science courses - £990.80
Joyce Franklin Academy - Various equipment for geography & soil science £178.28
Brian Chambers Soils Fund
Caroline Freeman - Upland Management Project, Wales
Christopher Taylor - Integrating sustainability into agricultural practice: Assessment methods, technology appraisal, mamagement concepts. Wageningen, Netherlands March 2019
Helen Balshaw - Attended International Fertiliser Society 24th Agronomic Conference, December 2016
Gavin Milson - Attending ARTIS training course - Improving soil biology for better yields