Apply for funding to develop your organisation’s creative research capability.
Grants can be used to renew, repurpose and upgrade research facilities and equipment.
You must be at a UK-based organisation eligible for UK Research and Innovation funding. Standard Arts and Humanities Research Council eligibility rules apply.
Apply for funding to work with other researchers to support eating disorders research and increase capacity in the field.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for MRC funding.
We welcome proposals from a wide range of disciplines, including:
- social sciences
- behavioural sciences
- arts and humanities.
Apply for funding to address key urban challenges facing cities in the transition to a more sustainable economy.
Projects must include an applicant based at a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding and a business eligible for funding by Innovate UK.
Apply for funding to develop design-led solutions to specific challenges facing UK coastal and island communities in relation to realising green transition goals.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for AHRC funding.
We are particularly keen to receive applications from multidisciplinary design researchers.
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.
Apply for funding to deliver innovative public engagement activity that will help to shape debate and decision-making about the future of health and social care.
You must be based at a UK-based research organisation that is eligible to receive funding from UK Research and Innovation to apply.
Apply for funding to strengthen cooperation between UK and German researchers in arts and humanities.
You must be either:
- a researcher eligible to apply to DFG
- based at an organisation eligible for AHRC funding.
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.
AHRC’s research, development and engagement fellowship scheme (standard route) supports mid-career and established arts and humanities researchers to undertake ambitious, innovative research and enhance their skill set. Between £50,000 and £300,000 is available for projects lasting six to eighteen months.
The research, development and engagement fellowship scheme (ECR route) supports early-career arts and humanities researchers to undertake ambitious, innovative research and enhance their skill set. Between £50,000 and £250,000 is available for projects lasting six months to two years.