This is invitation only.
Successful outline applicants are invited to submit their full proposals.
This will invest in the retention and international recruitment of a small number of world-leading AI researchers. This will enable the building of centres of excellence in key areas of AI research.
You can apply for funding for research projects which address environmental challenges covered by six new highlight topics.
Your proposal must address issues within a single highlight topic.
Projects can last up to four years.
You must be a resident in the UK and employed by an eligible UK research organisation.
Apply for funding to connect projects focused on sustainable development in south east Asia.
Your research must have been funded by UKRI, JST or DOST.
This is the first phase of the ‘Science, Technology and Action’ Nexus for Development (STAND). Up to five projects will be funded for up to 12 months.
Apply for funding for digital humanities research. Your project must be large, innovative and multidisciplinary.
UK and Ireland-based researchers must collaborate on the project.
Apply for funding for research that will benefit the health of people living in low and middle income countries (LMICs).
There is no limit to the amount of funding you can apply for.
You can apply if you are:
- an LMIC-based principal investigator
- a UK-based principal investigator working in partnership with LMIC investigators.
Apply for funding to establish an international network for research into coronaviruses. The network may run for up to four years.
You must be of lecturer level and based at an eligible UK research organisation.
This is a pre-announcement. Details on how to apply will be available soon.
UK registered businesses and research organisations can apply for up to £10 million from ISCF to set up and run a digital supply chain innovation hub.
Apply for funding to develop early-stage interventions for a UK or global public health issue.
You must be a UK-based researcher at an eligible research organisation.
This opportunity opens twice a year.
This is the third call for UK-German collaborative research projects under an agreement between AHRC and the German Research Foundation (DFG).
Up to £350,000 is available for projects of up to three years. Research projects can address any area of arts and humanities, including law and linguistics.
Apply for funding to set up a mental health data research hub in partnership with Health Data Research UK.
You must be a UK research organisation eligible for Medical Research Council funding.