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Become a hydrogen research coordinator

Apply for funding to become a hydrogen research coordinator.

Coordinators will:

  • network within their research community
  • build a multidisciplinary consortium
  • develop a research programme for a potential future research centre.

You must be a UK-based researcher employed by an eligible research organisation.

Holders of postdoctoral fellowships are not eligible to apply.

Support the development of research software engineering

Apply for funding for activities to support the development of research software engineering in the UK.

You must be either:

  • a researcher or research software engineer at an eligible research organisation
  • an employee of an eligible public sector research establishment.

You can be from any area of the UK research community. You do not need to be working within EPSRC’s remit.

Digital security by design: software ecosystem development

UK registered organisations can apply for a share of up to £8 million for projects to work on the development of the digital security by design (DSbD) software ecosystem.

Build a network to promote academic engagement with catapults

Apply for funding to build a network that will:

  • encourage engagement between academia and the catapult centres
  • deliver the Researchers in Residence awards.

You must:

  • be a UK resident
  • be based at an eligible research organisation
  • have experience of running large centres or networks.

Access to high performance computing

Apply for access to high performance computing (HPC) services to support any research in EPSRC’s remit.

The services are tier 1 (ARCHER2) and tier 2.

You must live in the UK and be from one of these UK organisations:

  • higher education institution
  • research council institute
  • UKRI-independent research organisation
  • NHS body with research capacity.

Engage the public with impacts of digital economy research 2021

Apply for funding to support a public engagement activity. Your activity must tell the story of the impact of a digital economy research project.

You can be from any sector or career stage, as long as the research involved was funded by our Digital Economy theme grants.

This funding comes from the Telling Tales of Engagement awards.

Early ideas to improve the delivery of nucleic acid therapeutics

Apply for funding to improve the delivery of nucleic acid therapeutics.

We expect to fund one consortium. We will fund:

  • small or medium-sized enterprises
  • academic organisations
  • public sector organisations.

The principal investigator must be UK based.

Business and academia prosperity partnership: fifth round

Apply for funding to support an established research partnership between business and academic institutions.

Prosperity partnership programmes must:

  • be led by a business
  • address EPSRC’s delivery plan priorities, particularly for delivering economic and social prosperity.

High-risk speculative engineering and ICT research: New Horizons

Apply for funding for new research ideas that are speculative, high risk, with potential for a high reward.

Your idea for a project must be within the remit of EPSRC’s:

  • engineering theme
  • information and communication technologies (ICT) theme.

You must be:

  • a UK resident
  • based at an eligible research organisation.

Pre-announcement: build a network to enable resilient solutions for future UK systems

Apply for funding to develop a network to enable the resilience of future UK urban systems during a crisis event.

You must:

  • be a UK resident
  • be based at an eligible research organisation
  • have the leadership skills to coordinate a network of interdisciplinary research.

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