Apply for funding to develop new and existing partnerships with researchers in Switzerland.
- be currently in receipt of an active UKRI grant for the materials, synthetic biology, or life and physical sciences interface themes
- have been a UKRI grant holder for the languages theme (within the last five years of the closing date).
Apply for funding to improve capability across molecular, data, agricultural and environmental sciences.
You must be based at an organisation eligible for UKRI funding.
Your application should outline innovative activities that:
- build collaborations that lead to the creation of interdisciplinary research communities
- has the capacity to impact a challenge with ‘real world’ implications.
Apply for funding to develop or improve drugs or plant protection agents to help:
- treat bacterial or fungal infections
- reduce the spread of resistance to drugs.
- be based at a research organisation eligible for MRC funding
- apply as part of a consortium of transnational partners.
Your project should involve either:
- licensed antibiotics or antifungals
- interventions in pre-clinical or early clinical development.
Apply for funding to develop early-stage technologies in sensing and imaging.
You must be based at an eligible UK organisation. You must collaborate with organisations from other disciplines.
Your project must have two co-principal investigators. They must be from different research areas.
Apply for funding to develop a research network that will focus on improving the sustainability of the agri-food system.
You must be:
- based at an eligible UK-based organisation
- working in a science discipline.
Co-investigators can be from any discipline.
Your network is expected to:
- focus on reducing greenhouse gas emissions
- build interdisciplinary partnerships
- involve stakeholders
- develop future research plans.
The UKRI-SBE lead agency opportunity allows UK and US-based researchers to submit a collaborative proposal that will go through a single review process. Grants are funded through existing funding programmes at the relevant lead agency.
You can apply for research grants at any time in any area within the remit of BBSRC. BBSRC funds research in plants, microbes, animals (including humans), and the tools and technology underpinning biological research from the level of molecules and cells, to tissues, whole organisms, populations and landscapes.
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships help businesses to partner with an academic organisation, research organisation or a Catapult, to employ a graduate with the skills and knowledge that can help the business to innovate and grow.
You can apply for up to £35,000 over two years to pump-prime collaborations between scientists in the UK and São Paolo state in Brazil. The awards support the development of future applications within our remit under the UK Research and Innovation-São Paulo Research Foundation lead agency agreement.
You can apply for up to £3,000 to cover travel and subsistence when travelling outside the UK in support of your BBSRC-funded research.