Apply for funding for a social sciences, arts or humanities research project. This must be in collaboration with Japanese researchers.
You must be a UK researcher based at an eligible research organisation.
We encourage you to address challenges and opportunities associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Apply for funding to research challenges in civil nuclear energy relevant to Fukushima and Sellafield.
You must be a UK-based researcher employed by an eligible research organisation.
You must collaborate with Japanese researchers.
Apply for funding to develop new guidance on biomedical and health research methods.
The guidance should aim to:
- improve the understanding and use of better methods related to the remit of MRC or National Institute of Health Research (NIHR)
- be accessible to those without specialist methodology knowledge.
The lead applicant must have a postgraduate degree and be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.
Funding is available from MRC’s Population and Systems Medicine Board to support new partnerships between researchers in the area of population and systems medicine.
Funding varies widely for partnerships lasting between one and five years. This funding opportunity runs three times every year.
Apply for funding to set up a research consortium addressing challenges in the manufacture of nucleic acid therapeutics.
This opportunity is open to academic and industrial organisations in the UK and abroad. The lead organisation must be UK-based.
Apply for funding to engage young people with climate-related research and the research process.
You must be:
- a researcher at doctoral level or higher based at a UK research organisation
- from an arts and humanities discipline, or a related interdisciplinary background.
Your project must take place between September and December 2021 to coincide with the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26).
Apply for funding to build digital economy and manufacturing research communities with NetworkPlus. These must address one of the EPSRC digital economy theme priority areas.
The following can apply:
- UK higher education institutions
- research council institutes
- UKRI-approved independent research organisations
- public sector research establishments
- NHS bodies with research capacity.
This is a Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) competition funded by UKRI. The competition is part of the COVID-19 National Core Studies (NCS) programme.
The programme’s objective is to address key research questions in support of the UK government’s response to COVID-19.
UK registered organisations can apply for support for business-led innovation in resilient time, frequency and synchronisation.
This funding is from the Strategic Priorities Fund (SPF).
UK registered academic institutions, research and technology organisations (RTOs) or Catapults can apply for a share of up to £6 million to fund innovation projects with businesses or not-for-profits.