Apply for funding to develop a network to enable the resilience of future UK urban systems during a crisis event.
- be a UK resident
- be based at an eligible research organisation
- have the leadership skills to coordinate a network of interdisciplinary research.
Apply for a fellowship to explore your own research ideas and develop links with industry, including secondments, training and mentorship.
Your research project should support the development of cell and oligonucleotide therapies.
You must have a PhD, or equivalent higher research degree, by the start of the fellowship.
This opportunity is open to both clinical and non-clinical researchers.
Apply for funding to develop and test novel therapeutics, medical devices, diagnostics and other interventions.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.
Your project should focus on at least one of the following stages of development:
- early development and design
- pre-clinical testing
- early-phase clinical studies and trials (up to phase 2a).
UK registered organisations can apply for up to £1 million from driving the electric revolution for the development of a power electronics, machines and drives skills hub.
Apply for funding to develop a network to research people’s relationship with technology. The network will:
- carry out and fund research
- build communities
- provide skills development opportunities
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for ESRC funding. Your project must be social science-led and at least 50% within ESRC’s remit.
Apply for funding to develop an early-stage intervention that seeks to address UK or global public health challenges.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for MRC funding. This includes MRC units and centres.
Apply for funding to study at an international institution.
You must be either:
- an AHRC-funded PhD student
- an early career researcher or postdoctoral research assistant.
Proposals can be from any arts and humanities area.
Your placement will last three to six months.
Apply for legacy award funding to continue your programme to improve public engagement in science and technology.
You must have previously received funding through STFC Public Engagement awards.
Your previous award grant must have finished within the past 36 months.
Apply for funding to support novel research into how digital approaches can be applied to improve manufacturing processes.
You must be:
- a UK resident
- based at an eligible research organisation.
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.