Organisations can apply for a share of £160,000 inclusive of VAT to develop a data-driven solution to improve the care and outcomes for patients with multimorbidity admitted to A&E.
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Individuals based in a UK academic institution can apply to join the cyber security academic startup accelerator programme (CyberASAP).
- have an idea related to cyber security
- be interested in commercialising the idea.
Apply for funding to support your institution’s research programme covering all aspects of solar system science.
This annual funding supports research activity between 2022 and 2025.
This opportunity is only open to applicants successful at the outline stage.
Apply for funding to support feasibility studies into high risk and high gain healthcare technology research with the potential to transform healthcare by 2050.
Apply for funding to support your institution’s research programme covering all aspects of astronomy and astrophysics beyond the solar system.
This funding supports research activity between 2022 and 2025.
UK registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £8 million for research and development projects to improve the productivity and competitiveness of UK foundation industries. This funding is from the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund.
UK registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £7 million for feasibility studies or market research projects.
Apply for a share of up to £9 million, inclusive of VAT, to develop a demonstrator.
The demonstrator must:
- increase customers’ confidence
- enhance customers’ experience
- deliver a railway that:
- is easy to use
- offers low emissions and is greener.
Apply for funding to develop or test interventions to reduce the transmission of antibiotic resistance.
UK-based researchers must apply as part of a transnational consortium.
Your project must focus on at least two One Health areas:
- human health
- animal health
- environmental health.
Supports the translation of research into practical application, including commercialisation, by:
- helping researchers maximise the societal and economic benefits of their research
- enabling researchers to prepare a robust business plan
- reducing the risk for future investors.