Apply for funding to engage the public with STFC-supported science, technology or facilities.
This opportunity is open to a wide range of organisations.
You can apply if you’re a UK organisation with an annual financial report and accounts.
Your project must focus on an area within the remit of STFC.
Apply for funding to help improve research in the field of ‘adolescence, mental health and the developing mind’ through:
- methodological innovation
- capability building.
You can be researcher at any career stage who is:
- within the remit of AHRC, ESRC or MRC
- based in the UK
- from a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.
Apply for funding to develop research networks that will focus on improving the sustainability of urban systems and infrastructure.
You must be:
- a UK resident
- based at an eligible research organisation.
You can apply for one of three networks on:
- green infrastructure development
- low carbon connected digital infrastructure
- sustainable urban systems.
Apply for funding to develop a research network that will focus on improving the sustainability of the agri-food system.
You must be:
- based at an eligible UK-based organisation
- working in a science discipline.
Co-investigators can be from any discipline.
Your network is expected to:
- focus on reducing greenhouse gas emissions
- build interdisciplinary partnerships
- involve stakeholders
- develop future research plans.
Apply for funding for equipment to support the development of basic technologies in areas such as sensors, imaging and detectors.
You must currently hold an STFC core programme grant in one of these areas:
- nuclear physics
- particle physics and particle astrophysics
- astronomy and space science
- accelerators, and computing in support of these.
Apply for funding to inform the design of a digital research infrastructure to connect sensitive data from across the research councils.
Your proposal must be led by a UK-based research organisation.
Projects will run from January 2022 to August 2022.
Registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £1 billion for capital centric investment projects that help industrialise the electrified automotive supply chain at scale in the UK.
Apply for funding to develop a roadmap for an information management framework (IMF) for environmental ‘digital twins’.
Digital twins are virtual representations of an object or system updated from real-time data. They use simulation, machine learning and reasoning to help decision-making.
You and your organisation must be eligible for NERC funding.
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.
Apply for funding to establish, maintain and enhance bioinformatics and biological resources to support the UK bioscience research community.
You must hold a research staff appointment at lecturer level, or equivalent, at a research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.