Following the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre Champion funding opportunity which identified a leader for the research components of this challenge, we now invite one full proposal from the champion to fund a multidisciplinary research and innovation programme, which currently does not exist at the scale.
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There is a need to develop new hardware solutions beyond the Von Neumann architecture to achieve greater computer efficiency. A total of £3 million of funding is available to support 4-6 projects (18–36 months) under this funding opportunity.
UKRI invites a full proposal for an Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Hub. Up to £3.27 million (at 80% FEC) is available to support up to one hub for up to 45 months from 1 January 2021. An application will only be accepted from the successful UKRI Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Coordinators.
Eligible groups can apply for equipment and facilities to carry out underpinning science and engineering research in nuclear fission. Up to £23 million is available to provide, refresh and update underpinning multi-user equipment with a primary focus on nuclear energy research on active samples across the UK.
UKRI are pleased to invite participants to apply to attend a sandpit on Digital technologies for health and care.
EPSRC invites proposals for Healthcare Impact Partnerships. This funding opportunity is intended to support novel Mathematical, Engineering, ICT and Physical Sciences research that is aligned to the Healthcare Technologies theme strategy and contributes to at least one of the Healthcare Technologies Grand Challenges.
A budget of at least £6 million is available to support projects that progress previous EPSRC-funded research towards generating impact in healthcare.
We are inviting ambitious proposals for research activities to bridge across the different cybersecurity research communities operating under the four joint EPSRC-National Cyber Security Centre Research Institutes.
Apply for funding to research the reasons for vulnerability to COVID-19 and the differential social, cultural and economic impacts of the pandemic on minority ethnic groups.
The Wave Energy Roadmap commissioned through the Supergen Offshore Renewable Energy Hub concludes that targeted research and innovation will play an important role in the Wave Energy journey to commercialisation. As a result, EPSRC is looking to fund proposals, particularly in the key areas highlighted by the roadmap:
- novel designs for niche applications
- survivability and reliability of devices in the marine environment
- power take off and control systems
- modelling, forecasting and evaluation of wave energy resource
- new materials for Wave Energy Converters.
This funding opportunity is to fund proposals to support the goal of the decarbonisation of heating and cooling. Proposals must be at least 50% within the remit of EPSRC or at least 50% within the remit of NERC.