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Interdisciplinary environmental social science leadership team

Apply for funding to establish a team of social scientists and interdisciplinary experts.

Your team will provide leadership for climate and environmental social science research.

To lead a team, you must be based at a UK organisation eligible for UKRI funding

Pre-announcement: ESRC policy fellowships 2021

Apply for funding to spend a year collaborating with a UK or devolved government host organisation.

You will:

  • co-design research with the government host organisation to inform policy on a priority policy area
  • help improve the exchange of knowledge between policy and academic institutions.

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.

Mapping complexity of pain with the Advanced Pain Discovery Platform

Apply for funding to investigate underlying mechanisms of pain across a range of conditions.

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

You must explain how you plan to involve people with lived experience of chronic pain.

Pre-announcement: research UK economic productivity

Apply to research ways to transform UK productivity.

To apply, you must be from a UK-based research organisation eligible for ESRC funding.

Pre-announcement: research the social sciences in the Open Research Area (ORA): round 7

Apply for funding for international research in the social sciences.

Your project must be a collaboration. This must include researchers from at least three of these countries:

  • UK
  • France
  • Germany
  • Canada.

You can also choose to involve a Japanese partner.

Using data to improve public health: COVID-19 secondment

Apply for funding to work for a year with experts in the analysis and interpretation of:

  • national anonymised linked electronic health records
  • multiple population longitudinal studies.

You can apply if you have an analytical background. We will fund early to mid-career researchers and professionals from eligible organisations.

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.

Investigate changes in working lives and power in the workplace

Apply for funding to explore power dynamics in the workplace and changes in working lives.

The opportunity is for UK-based individuals or research teams. You must be based at an approved university or independent research organisation.

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.

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