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Centre for Doctoral Training: environmental solutions to zoonoses

Apply for funding to deliver a new cross-council Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in environmental drivers and solutions for zoonoses.

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

You will:

  • train a community of researchers working within a One Health framing
  • encourage the community of researchers to identify integrated solutions with an environmental approach.

Next generation of non-animal technologies

Apply for funding to develop and drive the uptake of non-animal technologies.

You must be based at an organisation eligible for UKRI funding.

Future Leaders Fellowships: round 7

This scheme is for early career researchers and innovators who are either:

  • looking to establish or transition to independence
  • developing their own original and ambitious plans within a commercial setting.

We are offering funding to support ambitious research or innovation programmes across UKRI’s remit.

You must be based at, and have the support of, an eligible academic or non-academic institution.

Equality, diversity and inclusion caucus

Apply for funding to lead on providing high quality research evidence on equality, diversity, and inclusion that informs policy and practice in the research and innovation system.

Standard eligibility for organisations and institutions applies.

Partner with researchers in Canada on antimicrobial resistance (AMR)

Apply for funding to establish new partnerships or develop pre-existing collaborations with researchers in Canada on a project relating to combating antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

You must be based at an eligible UK organisation. Standard BBSRC eligibility criteria applies.

Partner with researchers in Japan on synthetic cells or genomes

Apply for funding to collaborate with researchers in Japan on projects to develop novel approaches, technologies and applications relating to synthetic cells or synthetic genomes.

You must be based at an eligible UK organisation. Standard BBSRC eligibility criteria applies.

Partnerships to address crop pest and diseases in UK agriculture and horticulture

Get funding for projects to test approaches and develop strategies to improve the understanding, management and control of crop pests and diseases that present a significant threat to crop production in the UK.

You must:

  • be based at a UK institution eligible for funding (standard eligibility criteria applies)
  • include an industrial partner in your proposal.

Grant duration is three to six months.

Supporting research in cognitive computational neuroscience

Apply for funding to support interdisciplinary collaborations that integrate neuroscience with AI.

You must be eligible for UKRI funding.

Leadership must comprise expertise in both biological and computational disciplines.

Towards a circular bioeconomy for technology-relevant metals and textiles

Apply for funding to use biotechnological solutions that reduce environmental impact in either the textile industry or the recovery of technology-relevant metals.

You must be:

  • at lecturer level or above
  • based at a UK research organisation eligible for BBSRC funding.

You may be an early career researcher.

BBSRC Business and Academia Prosperity Partnership

Apply for funding to support established research partnerships between business and academic institutions.

Bids must be led by the business lead at the outline stage. Business leads must be:

  • UK-based or have UK-based research activity
  • in the private sector driven by profit, or from an organisation with a commercial arm which generates independent revenue
  • able to contribute to the UK national prosperity through increasing their investment in research and development activities and subsequent product, service or technology development.

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