If you are a UK-based researcher, you can apply for funding to work with overseas researchers in Luxembourg. Collaborative work on any area of the social sciences is governed by an agreement between UKRI and Fonds National de la Recherche.
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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
Small grants are a mechanism for supporting mathematical sciences research which does not require funding at the level generally seen within standard research grants. The open call is specifically aimed at providing freedom to grant small amounts between £10-80,000 for initial research and early-stage idea generation.
You can apply for an overseas travel grant at any time to support work in any area funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. We fund research into chemistry, engineering, information and communication technologies, materials, mathematical sciences and physics.
The new investigator grant supports early career researchers and academics to become independent researchers through gaining experience and skills in managing and leading research projects and teams.
The social sciences must represent more than 50% of the research focus and effort.
You can apply for support for high-quality engineering and physical sciences research that looks at key challenges facing manufacturing in the UK. We fund research into chemistry, engineering, information and communication technologies, materials, mathematical sciences and physics.
The research networking scheme supports the exchange of ideas between researchers and stakeholders by funding the costs of workshops, seminars or other networking activities, covering up to £30,000 for a period of up to two years, with an additional £15,000 for international costs.
Apply for funding to develop institutional-level innovations in research and knowledge exchange.
You must be a higher education (HE) provider that is:
- based in England
- registered with the Office for Students in the ‘approved (fee cap)’ category
- carrying out research.
This funding comes from the Research England Development (RED) fund.
You can apply for large and strategic programme grants at any time in any area funded by EPSRC.
You can apply to work with overseas researchers in the State of São Paulo, Brazil. Collaborative work on any area of arts and humanities is governed by an agreement between UKRI and FAPESP.