UK registered micro, small and medium enterprises in the creative sector can apply for funding of between £10,000 and £30,000 for innovation projects to grow their business.
This funding is from Innovate UK and includes support from Innovate UK Knowledge Transfer Network.
Apply for funding to lead the establishment of a large scale, interdisciplinary, digital twinning research hub to support both the decarbonisation and improved integration of the transport systems in the UK.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for EPSRC funding.
Apply for funding for Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs) to deliver high quality, cohort-based doctoral education.
Applications are welcome from eligible institutions that are able to demonstrate the ability to host a CDT by meeting all the criteria detailed in the opportunity.
Apply for funding for a Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) focused on the applications and implications of artificial intelligence (AI).
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.
Proposals are welcomed within priority areas addressing UK training needs in novel and existing AI technologies across the remit of UKRI.
Apply for funding to support UK business and bioscience academic partnerships in accessing and benefitting from STFC skills, expertise, capabilities, and world class facilities to find solutions to industrially-relevant challenges.
You don’t need an academic partner to submit an expression of interest, but it is required for the full proposal stage.
UK registered businesses and organisations can apply for a share of up to £1 million for feasibility studies that develop new approaches to improve resource efficiency.
UK registered academic institutions, research and technology organisations or catapults can apply for a share of up to £9 million to fund innovation projects with businesses or not for profits.
The Co-Centre Programme is a new strategic collaborative partnership between Ireland, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, co-funded by industry, which will consolidate research activities across higher education institutes in co-hosted centres.
The Co-Centre Programme is open to proposals focused on high-quality research and innovation within the areas of climate, and sustainable and resilient food systems.
Apply for a fellowship at an international institution.
You must be either:
- a PhD student currently funded by AHRC (or ESRC for specific opportunities)
- an early career researcher based at a UK research organisation eligible for AHRC funding
UK registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £1 billion for capital centric investment projects that help industrialise the electrified automotive supply chain at scale in the UK.