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Pre-announcement: improve and accelerate the impact of your organisation’s research

Apply for funding to help your organisation’s research have an impact.

Your organisation must be eligible for funding from ones of these councils:

  • AHRC
  • BBSRC
  • EPSRC
  • STFC
  • MRC.

To be eligible to apply for EPSRC funding, your organisation must have been invited.

Understanding environmental change in Inuit Nunangat

Apply for funding to investigate changes to the terrestrial, coastal and near-shore marine environments in Inuit Nunangat.

You must be:

  • from an eligible UK research organisation
  • eligible for UKRI funding.

Your project must include:

  • an Inuk, Inuit organisation or community representative involved as either principal or co-investigator.

Protecting citizens online complementary projects: outline stage

Apply for funding to research the needs of citizens online, help them control how their data is used and protect them from online harms.

Proposals must be submitted by a team of investigators from a mix of disciplines.

You can apply if you are based in the UK.

AHRC Follow-on fund: creative economy for sustainable development

Apply for funding to enhance the international impact of research related to the creative economy and global sustainable development.

This opportunity is a highlight notice within the ‘AHRC follow-on funding for impact and engagement’ scheme for 2021.

Addressing COVID-19 challenges with Japanese researchers

Apply for funding for a social sciences, arts or humanities research project. This must be in collaboration with Japanese researchers.

You must be a UK researcher based at an eligible research organisation.

We encourage you to address challenges and opportunities associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Embedded research on UK climate resilience

Apply for funding to do an ‘embedded researcher’ project. This is a research placement at a non-academic organisation. You’ll support the sharing of knowledge between academics, decision-makers and practitioners.

You must be a UK-based researcher employed by an eligible research organisation.

Your project must focus on climate resilience in the UK.

UK-US new directions for digital scholarship in cultural institutions: level one

Apply for up to £60,000 to advance digital scholarship in cultural institutions.

Project teams must include UK and US research organisations and cultural institutions, and must focus on one of the following:

  • organising, creating and interrogating all collection types
  • evolving institutions for the 21st century
  • fostering digitally enabled equitable participation.

Projects can last up to 24 months.

UK-US new directions for digital scholarship in cultural institutions: level two

Apply for up to £250,000 to advance digital scholarship in cultural institutions.

Project teams must include UK and US research organisations and cultural institutions, and must focus on one of the following:

  • organising, creating and interrogating all collection types
  • evolving institutions for the 21st century
  • fostering digitally enabled equitable participation.

Projects can last up to 36 months.

Recovery, renewal and resilience in a post-pandemic world

Apply for funding to investigate how COVID-19 will affect society in the medium and long term.

You must apply as part of a transnational partnership of at least three members.

ESRC and AHRC are providing this opportunity as part of the Trans-Atlantic Platform (T-AP). Your partners must be from other countries taking part in this funding opportunity.

AHRC research networking scheme

The research networking scheme supports the exchange of ideas between researchers and stakeholders by funding the costs of workshops, seminars or other networking activities, covering up to £30,000 for a period of up to two years, with an additional £15,000 for international costs.

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