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Work with Brazilian researchers: NERC FAPESP lead agency

This opportunity allows UK-based researchers and researchers in the State of São Paulo, Brazil to submit a collaborative proposal under existing NERC funding opportunities. This will go through a single review process.

Understanding changes in quality of UK freshwaters: Programme Champion

Apply for funding to lead the development of the UK freshwaters research programme strategy as the Programme Champion.

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

You must submit a ‘notification of intent’ before your application proposal.

Understanding changes in quality of UK freshwaters

Apply for funding to investigate the changes in quality of UK freshwaters.

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

Research will include:

  • investigating how pollutants interact within rivers and supporting ecosystems
  • investigating how the infiltration and movement of pollutants will be amplified or mitigated by a changing hydrological cycle
  • supporting the improvement and development of tools to monitor and measure pollution.

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.

Engaging the public with environmental science: 2022

Apply for funding to develop new ways to engage the public with environmental science.

Main applicants do not have to meet standard UKRI eligibility conditions.

You must work within NERC’s remit as a main or co-applicant.

You can also apply to observe the assessment process.

Environmental response to hydrogen emissions

Apply for funding to explore the environmental response to hydrogen emissions.

The full economic cost of your project can be up to £1,687,500. NERC will fund 80% of the full economic cost.

Projects must start in October 2022 and last no longer than 24 months.

Exploring the frontiers of environmental science research 2022

Apply for funding to explore new ideas and approaches that may open up novel paths of research or result in discipline-shifting discovery in environmental science.

You must be:

  • based at a UK research organisation eligible for NERC funding
  • at least at lecturer level, or equivalent.

The full economic cost of your project can be up to £100,000. Demand management will not apply.

Work with US-based researchers on environmental science research

Apply for funding to work with US-based researchers on an environmental science proposal.

Collaborative work is governed by an agreement between NERC and NSF.

You must be:

  • based at a UK research organisation eligible for NERC funding
  • employed at lecturer (or equivalent) level or above.

Pushing the frontiers of environmental science research: July 2022

Apply for funding to pursue an ambitious, high-risk and high-reward project in environmental science.

You must be:

  • based at a UK research organisation eligible for NERC funding
  • at lecturer level, or equivalent.

We welcome:

  • multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research
  • projects delivered in partnership with other research funders and users.

Study the West Antarctic Ice Sheet’s response to a two degree increase

Apply for funding to enhance understanding of how the West Antarctic Ice Sheet will respond to a two degree increase in global temperature.

Acquired data will be used to test climate and ice sheet models.

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

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