Apply for funding to support a programme of research focused on molecular and cellular medicine.
- be a researcher employed by a research organisation eligible to apply for MRC funding
- have at least a postgraduate degree
- have a record of securing funding and delivering research
Apply for funding to undertake a PhD or to reacquire research skills.
Your research can focus on any area of MRC’s remit to improve human health.
You must be a registered healthcare professional, either:
- planning to undertake a PhD or similar
- a PhD graduate working outside of research, usually 5 or more years ago
UK registered organisations can apply for a share of up to £4 million for collaborative research projects resulting in innovative solutions.
You must collaborate with at least 1 German small or medium-sized enterprise (SME) applying under the equivalent German Central Innovation Programme for SMEs (ZIM).
UK registered organisations can apply for a share of up to £5 million.
This is to support innovation in intracellular drug delivery formulations.
Apply for funding to create an interdisciplinary NetworkPlus to help understand and drive the fashion industry towards sustainable and responsible practices.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.
Apply for funding for the early-stage development of an intervention that seeks to address a UK or global public health challenge.
Any researcher employed by an eligible research organisation, including MRC institutes and units (including those in The Gambia and Uganda), can apply for this opportunity.
Apply for Follow on Funding (FoF) to bridge the gap between early-stage bioscience research and achieving economic and societal benefit.
Standard FoF awards support defined programmes of work up to 2 years.
Super FoF awards are similar but provide higher levels of funding.
Apply for funding to host an insight and foresight unit to drive innovation, creativity and competitiveness in the UK’s screen and performance industries.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UK Research and Innovation funding Standard AHRC eligibility rules apply.
UK registered organisations can apply for a share of up to £6 million for late-stage robotics and automation innovation projects. This is to develop industrially ready solutions deployable within manufacturing processes in factories.