Apply for funding for up to two years. This includes half of your salary.
The scheme is for current fellows whose research has been affected by several issues.
You can apply if you:
- currently hold an MRC career development award or clinician scientist fellowship
- are in the final 12 to 18 months of your fellowship.
Apply for funding to synthesise current evidence and identify future research opportunities for the upcoming Economics of Biodiversity programme.
Your project should focus on terrestrial and freshwater habitats. You must be based at a UK organisation eligible for NERC funding.
Apply for funding to analyse creative industries research and innovation collaboration between the UK and China.
You must be from one of the following:
- eligible higher education institution
- independent research organisation
- research council institute in the UK.
You must collaborate with at least one research organisation in China and engage with industry in the UK and China.
Apply for funding to establish an international network in quantum technology. Your network will bring researchers, industry and others together, both physically and virtually.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for EPSRC funding.
Apply for funding to research how UK environmental science can learn from the past.
You will consider colonial history and different cultural perceptions.
Your project team must include:
- at least one eligible arts and humanities researcher
- at least one eligible environmental science researcher.
Apply for funding to develop a digital research infrastructure.
To apply, you must be resident in the UK and based at a UK institution eligible for UKRI funding. You must be either a researcher or research-active professional.
UK registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £3 million to resolve productivity issues by working with the best scientists and research facilities. This funding is from Innovate UK.
This competition is open to single applicants only.
To lead a project your organisation must be a UK registered micro, small or medium-sized enterprise (SME).
UK registered organisations can apply for a share of up to £250,000 for innovative skills, talent, and training projects, that quickly fill immediate gaps in skills, talent and training for the power electronics, machines and drives (PEMD) industry.
Apply for funding to explore ways to archive arts and humanities research data.
You must be:
- either a researcher or a research-active professional
- resident in the UK
- based at an eligible UK institution.
Apply for funding to provide training for a PhD student at your organisation.
You must be an eligible research organisation. Training must be provided jointly with a non-academic organisation.
The project must fall within the STFC core science programme.