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 develop your professional practice as an academic or research librarian.
You must work within an academic or research library in either a:
- UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding
- RLUK member organisation.
This fellowship is run in partnership with RLUK. Find the full details of the Professional Practice Fellowship Scheme on the RLUK website.
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.
Apply for funding to spend up to 13.5 months working with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
- be based at an organisation eligible for UKRI funding
- have a PhD or equivalent experience
- meet AHRC’s early career researcher status
- have expertise in one of the fellowship areas.
Apply for funding to investigate how we can improve the expansion and resilience of UK treescapes at different scales.
You must be based at a UK organisation eligible for UKRI funding.
Your project must:
- include disciplines from at least two of the three funding research councils
- work with at least one stakeholder group or relevant non-academic organisation.
Apply for funding to engage the public in the context of the centenary of the BBC in 2022.
- be a UK-based researcher at doctoral level or higher
- have a primary research focus in arts and humanities.
Apply for funding to collaborate with German partners on arts and humanities research.
Your project can address any area of the arts and humanities.
You must be:
- an arts and humanities researcher
- based at a research organisation eligible to apply to AHRC
- working with German partners eligible to apply to DFG.
Apply for funding to study at an international institution.
You must be either:
- an AHRC-funded PhD student
- an early career researcher or postdoctoral research assistant.
Proposals can be from any arts and humanities area.
Your placement will last three to six months.
Apply for funding to develop early-stage technologies in sensing and imaging.
You must be based at an eligible UK organisation. You must collaborate with organisations from other disciplines.
Your project must have two co-principal investigators. They must be from different research areas.
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.