Apply for funding to develop international research networks to address challenges around peace and trust.
You must be a principal investigator at an eligible research organisation.
Your research networking activities must:
- address challenges highlighted by the 2021 UN ‘International Year of Peace and Trust’
- be within AHRC’s remit
- involve collaboration with international partners.
Apply for funding to develop long-term relationships between social science, arts or humanities researchers based in the UK and South Korea.
You must be:
- a researcher at a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding
- at postdoctoral level or higher.
Apply for funding for a research fellowship. Your work will help AHRC decide which areas of language research to support.
- hold a PhD (or have equivalent professional experience) in languages, linguistics or a related field
- be engaged in postdoctoral research at an eligible research organisation.
Apply for funding to develop research networks that will focus on improving the sustainability of urban systems and infrastructure.
You must be:
- a UK resident
- based at an eligible research organisation.
You can apply for one of three networks on:
- green infrastructure development
- low carbon connected digital infrastructure
- sustainable urban systems.
Apply for one of three opportunities:
- review and map the creative economy in India and the research and innovation ecosystem which supports it
- analyse AHRC’s portfolio of India and UK cultural heritage research
- deliver impact and engagement activities for India’s 75th anniversary of independence, following on from past and existing AHRC-funded research.
You and your organisation must be eligible for UKRI funding.
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.
Apply for funding to show how legal and policy frameworks affect modern slavery.
To lead a project you must be an eligible researcher from either:
- a UK higher education institution (HEI)
- an approved independent research organisation (IRO).
Apply for funding to help improve research in the field of ‘adolescence, mental health and the developing mind’ through:
- methodological innovation
- capability building.
You can be researcher at any career stage who is:
- within the remit of AHRC, ESRC or MRC
- based in the UK
- from a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.
Apply for funding to build a network that will:
- encourage engagement between academia and the catapult centres
- deliver the Researchers in Residence awards.
- be a UK resident
- be based at an eligible research organisation
- have experience of running large centres or networks.
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.