£3 million is available for UK registered small or medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and eligible partners from Innovate UK and MRC for business led collaborative research and development (CRD) projects, delivering industrial innovation through academic collaboration in digital health, for the UK and South Korea.
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Apply for funding for breakthrough interdisciplinary ideas that transcend, combine or significantly span disciplines.
This pilot scheme will support ideas not routinely funded through existing UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) responsive mode schemes.
Principal investigators must be based at an organisation eligible for UKRI research council funding.
Apply for funding to lead, coordinate and manage the population health improvement network of research clusters.
The director must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.
Apply for MRC CoRE funding to tackle complex and interdisciplinary health challenges.
You must have submitted an MRC CoRE outline application and been invited to apply to the second stage of this opportunity.
Apply for hub team funding to lead, coordinate and manage Population Research UK.
The team must be based at UK research organisations eligible for UKRI funding.
Apply for funding to the Developmental Pathway Gap Fund (DPGF), to generate critical preliminary data to build confidence in the development strategy for a new medicine, medical device, diagnostic test, or other medical intervention development.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for MRC funding.
Successful applicants to the Future Leaders Fellowships (FLF) scheme have the opportunity to extend their four-year fellowship by up to a further three years.
This funding opportunity is available to current FLF award holders only and should be a continuation of the original FLF fellowship.
Apply for funding for UKRI’s Building a Secure and Resilient World Research and Coordination Hub.
This investment will convene interdisciplinary research and innovation across the UKRI remit to strengthen societal and economic resilience and enhance security across virtual and physical environments.
Apply for funding for transdisciplinary, high-impact innovative research projects to develop the UK’s capacity and capability for transforming land use for net zero, nature and people.
The full economic cost (FEC) of your project can range from £2,500,000 to £4,500,000. UKRI will fund 80% FEC.
Apply for funding to improve the methods used by others in biomedical and health research and develop your career.
- focus your project on methods research within MRC or NIHR remit
- be a researcher who will be employed by an eligible research organisation (this includes MRC units and centres)