Researchers can apply for MRC funding to turn fundamental discoveries into benefits to human health.
This scheme supports translational research across all diseases and interventions, from pre-clinical development to early-stage clinical testing. It runs three times a year and there is no limit to the amount that can be requested.
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.
Apply for funding to research issues that impact the development of exascale software and algorithms.
You must be either:
- a researcher at an eligible research organisation
- an employee of an eligible public sector research establishment.
This funding is through the Exascale Computing: Algorithms and Infrastructures Benefiting UK Research (ExCALIBUR) programme, which is part of the Strategic Priorities Fund.
Apply for funding to research technologies and processes for sustainable manufacturing. This should focus within EPSRC’s remit.
You must be a UK resident based at an eligible research organisation. You can be at any career stage.
Apply for funding to develop a prototype network of compact instruments for ground-level neutron monitoring.
You and your organisation must be eligible for UKRI funding.
There are two phases to the project, a design study phase followed by an implementation phase.
Apply for funding to employ a knowledge exchange and commercialisation fellow at your research organisation. The fellow will facilitate the development of commercial opportunities for STFC-funded research.
You must be an academic at an eligible research organisation.
You do not need to name the fellow in your application. You can recruit them later.
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.
Apply for research on inclusive ageing.
Your project must include a principal investigator based at a UK institution eligible for UKRI funding.
We encourage co-investigators from business, third sector or government organisations where appropriate.
Your project must be innovative and focus on:
- social and economic inequalities that affect people in later life
- ways to improve inclusivity in later life.
This opportunity is for successful applicants from adventurous manufacturing round one only.
You can apply for further funding to extend the research in progress and enhance the impact of the initiative.
Your research must fall within the remit of the EPSRC manufacturing the future theme.
Apply for funding to reduce and prevent food hypersensitivities.
UK-based researchers must apply as part of a transnational consortium.
Projects should focus on one or more of the following:
- mechanisms that induce or prevent food intolerance or allergies
- improving detection of adverse reactions
- the impact of food ingredients and processing.