Apply for funding to improve the understanding of the processes behind geohazard events (earthquakes or landslides, or both) in India and its neighbouring countries to improve community resilience.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for NERC funding.
Apply to attend a five-day interactive interdisciplinary sandpit to develop projects on novel sensing for UK defence and security applications.
Participants will attend all five days of the sandpit in-person plus a virtual pre-meeting the preceding week.
Apply for funding for an ADR UK Research Fellowship using ADR England flagship data.
Fellowships can be up to 18 months, up to a maximum of £175,000 at 100% full economic cost (FEC). ESRC will fund 80% of the full economic cost.
We are inviting indications of interest to deliver Smart Data Research UK (formerly Digital Footprints) data services.
We have allocated £30 million core funding from late 2024 to April 2029.
You must be based at a UK research organisation to be eligible for ESRC funding.
Apply for funding for a Network Plus to enhance understanding of individual powers in eastern Europe and Eurasia, and in east and Pacific Asia.
One four-year interdisciplinary Network Plus will be funded, under UKRI’s ‘Building a Secure and Resilient World’ strategic theme.
Apply for funding to develop a Network Plus to enhance resilience, health and wellbeing of UK coastal communities and seas.
This Network will be funded by ESRC, AHRC, Defra, NERC and UKRI.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.
Apply for funding for a Network Plus to model UK supply chains as complex systems to strengthen resilience.
One 4-year interdisciplinary Network Plus will be funded by UKRI (£6,250,000; UKRI will fund £5,000,000 at 80% FEC)
The network can be led by any discipline in collaboration with government, business and the third sector.
Apply for funding to develop a Network Plus on dementia.
Networks will be collaborative, embed lived experience and include capacity building. We will fund activities that explore inequalities, prevention and early diagnosis, and experiences at work.
Apply for funding to develop a Network Plus to enable new understanding of how individual and population level risks evolve and how security threats can be identified and mitigated.
One Network will be funded under UKRI’s ‘Building a Secure and Resilient World’ strategic theme.
Develop an ESRC-funded Network to enhance and build new capacity and capabilities for ‘policy to research’ initiatives, facilitating policy makers to engage with research communities.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for ESRC funding.
Your Network must be social science-led and at least 50% within ESRC’s remit.