If you are a UK-based researcher you can apply for funding to work with overseas researchers in the State of São Paulo, Brazil. Submit collaborative research proposals in any area of the social sciences within the remit of both ESRC and FAPESP.
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The UKRI-SBE lead agency funding opportunity allows UK and US-based researchers to submit a collaborative proposal that will go through a single review process. Grants are funded through existing funding programmes at the relevant lead agency.
This opportunity funds collaborative work with researchers in Luxembourg, governed by an agreement between UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and FNR, Luxembourg.
You may submit collaborative research proposals in any area of social sciences within the remit of both ESRC and FNR.
This opportunity funds researcher-driven basic, applied, and strategic research from any disciplines and on any topics in ESRC’s remit, as long as the social sciences are more than 50% of the focus and effort.
You can be based at any eligible UK research organisation to apply for ESRC funding.
This opportunity funds new researchers at the start of their careers to support them to become independent researchers through gaining experience of managing and leading research projects and teams.
Individuals and research teams can apply for funding to support high-impact, policy- and practitioner-relevant research through deeper exploitation of existing data resources from any disciplines and on any topics in ESRC’s remit.
Apply for funding to The Future Treescapes Fellowship Scheme round two.
We are seeking applications that address questions on productive forestry and on tree pests and diseases.
You must be based at or have an agreement with an organisation eligible for UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) funding.
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.