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Pre-announcement: Design Exchange Partnerships: designing net zero

Apply for funding to develop design-based solutions for specific net zero and climate crisis challenges facing UK coastal and island communities.

You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for AHRC funding.

We are particularly keen to receive applications from multidisciplinary design researchers, especially those in the early stages of their career.

Embed digital skills in arts and humanities research

Apply for funding to design and pilot digital skills training programmes for the use of digital tools and methods in arts and humanities research.

You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for AHRC funding.

Improve equality, diversity and inclusion in UK modern slavery research

Apply for funding to assess the diversity of those funding, designing and participating in publicly-funded modern UK slavery research.

You must be either:

  • a UK higher education institution
  • an organisation eligible for UKRI funding
  • a UK-registered charity with a focus on modern slavery or equality, diversity and inclusion.

Pre-announcement: collaborate with German partners on arts and humanities research: round five

Apply for funding to strengthen cooperation between UK and German researchers in arts and humanities.

You must be either:

  • a researcher eligible to apply to DFG
  • based at an organisation eligible for AHRC funding.

Build community research consortia to address health disparities

Apply for funding to build community research consortia to address health disparities.

You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for AHRC funding.

Your project should:

  • facilitate cross-partner collaboration with a view to establishing one (or more) community asset hubs, articulating hub structure and membership
  • scope whole or part of an integrated care system (or devolved equivalent) to understand the range of services, scale of provision, key stakeholders and existing partnerships
  • explore different collaborative models for integrating co-production into the improvement of health systems.

Pre-announcement: enabling a responsible artificial intelligence ecosystem

Apply for funding to become the programme director for a responsible artificial intelligence (AI) ecosystem.

You must:

  • be based at an organisation eligible for UKRI funding
  • have expertise at the intersection of humanities, social science, and science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines
  • have experience working across sectors to advance research translation and impact.

Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships: round four

Apply for funding to provide high quality doctoral training as a collaborative doctoral partner.

The application must be from a non-higher education institution either:

  • as an individual organisation
  • as a consortia
  • with a university partner.

Your proposal must be:

  • aligned to the organisation’s priorities
  • within AHRC’s remit.

Turing AI World-Leading Researcher Fellowships: round two

Apply for funding to undertake world-leading research to advance the field of artificial intelligence (AI) in the UK.

This opportunity is aimed at established researchers. International applicants are welcome. However, you must be based in the UK at an organisation eligible for UK Research and Innovation funding to hold the fellowship.

Research cultural heritage, society and ethics with European partners

Apply for funding to research cultural heritage, society and ethics with European partners.

You must:

  • be based at a UK research organisation eligible for AHRC funding
  • work with researchers from at least two other participating countries.

This funding opportunity is being run by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche.

Work with researchers in Luxembourg on arts and humanities projects

Apply for funding to work with researchers in Luxembourg on arts and humanities projects.

You must:

  • be based at a UK research organisation eligible for AHRC funding
  • partner with a team in Luxembourg approved by the FNR
  • have a doctorate or equal experience.

AHRC and FNR will jointly fund successful applications.

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