Apply for a grant to cover travel and subsistence costs for visits to astronomy facilities.
This two-year funding is only available to those with travel costs of more than £5,000 a year.
- be a UK-based researcher
- only use funding for observation time related to projects already receiving competitively awarded funding.
Apply for funding to achieve the objectives of the UK SKA Regional Centre (UKSRC) strategy, enabling the highest return from the UK investment in the SKA project.
The goal of this opportunity is to identify a single consortium to undertake the work.
Apply for funding to undertake world-leading research to advance the field of artificial intelligence (AI) in the UK.
This opportunity is aimed at established researchers. International applicants are welcome. However, you must be based in the UK at an organisation eligible for UK Research and Innovation funding to hold the fellowship.
Apply for funding to carry out world-leading artificial intelligence (AI) research in the UK.
There are no set eligibility criteria for this award. However, you should show that you:
- have international standing in your area
- can add value to AI research in the UK
- can build AI capability and capacity in the UK.
This funding opportunity will open in spring 2022.
Claim back travel and subsistence costs when visiting an astronomy telescope. The visit must be for competitively awarded science observation time.
You must be a UK-based researcher at an eligible UK institution.
You must not already hold or have access to a travel grant from the Panel for the Allocation of Telescope Time (PATT).
We will fund quick-response public engagement programmes to:
- deliver high-profile public engagement activities
- champion STFC science and technology and its impact on society
- interact with STFC’s public engagement and communication teams, including participation in STFC networks and event
Apply for funding to develop a large or complex scientific project.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.
Your project must be focused on one of the following:
- particle physics
- nuclear physics
- particle astrophysics
- accelerator physics
- computing for physics.
These fellowships are for those looking to return to a research career after a break. Fellowships combine a personalised retraining programme with a challenging research project. They are flexible, usually lasting two years at 0.5 full-time equivalent, although some UKRI funders may award longer.
You can apply for this bursary if you are a researcher looking to return to an academic research career after a break of two or more years.
You can get funding of up to £2,500 for no more than six months to support you in developing a proposal suitable for submission to the STFC fellowship scheme.
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