UK registered organisations can apply for a share of up to £8 million for projects to work on the development of the digital security by design (DSbD) software ecosystem.
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Apply for funding to establish, maintain and enhance bioinformatics and biological resources to support the UK bioscience research community.
You must hold a research staff appointment at lecturer level, or equivalent, at a research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.
Apply for funding for a site survey investigation. The data from your investigation will help the scientific community develop future ocean drilling expeditions.
Your site survey investigation can be either:
- ship-borne, gathering new data
- virtual, using existing data.
You must be a UK-based researcher employed at an eligible research organisation.
UK registered organisations can apply for a share of up to £865,000 to develop collaborative innovation projects in partnership with organisations from participating EUREKA members and GlobalStars countries.
Apply for funding for activities to support the development of research software engineering in the UK.
You must be either:
- a researcher or research software engineer at an eligible research organisation
- an employee of an eligible public sector research establishment.
You can be from any area of the UK research community. You do not need to be working within EPSRC’s remit.
Apply for funding to develop international research networks to address challenges around peace and trust.
You must be a principal investigator at an eligible research organisation.
Your research networking activities must:
- address challenges highlighted by the 2021 UN ‘International Year of Peace and Trust’
- be within AHRC’s remit
- involve collaboration with international partners.
Apply to develop research ideas for addressing endemic diseases in livestock.
Anyone with an interest in this area can get involved, for example:
- veterinary practitioners
- researchers from any discipline.
The first stage is a series of online workshop sessions over two weeks where:
- farmers explain the challenges relating to endemic diseases
- groups develop ideas for proposals based on these challenges.
Apply for funding to explore the role of environmental quality in the potential health benefits of connecting with nature.
You must be:
- an existing network of researchers and practitioners working on links between the environment, health and wellbeing, and health equity
- eligible for UKRI funding.
Apply for funding for a research fellowship. Your work will help AHRC decide which areas of language research to support.
- hold a PhD (or have equivalent professional experience) in languages, linguistics or a related field
- be engaged in postdoctoral research at an eligible research organisation.
Apply for funding to apply, or adapt, quantum technologies to fundamental physics questions.
You and your institution should be eligible for UKRI funding.