The Innovative Medicines Initiative aims to build a more collaborative ecosystem for pharmaceutical research and development in Europe and to speed up the development of more effective and safer medicines for patients.
We aim to develop the solutions needed to embed the values of biodiversity into financial decision making.
We will support researchers from environmental, economic and social science disciplines, at any career stage. We encourage collaboration with relevant finance sector organisations.
Through building UK research capability in integrative microbiome research, the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) expects to establish knowledge and evidence to enable management and usage of complex microbial communities in contexts relevant to our research priorities.
The aim of the International Agency for Research on Cancer is to promote international collaboration and interdisciplinarity in cancer research. By bringing together skills in epidemiology, laboratory sciences and biostatistics, it aims to identify causes so that preventive measures can be adopted.
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis aims to find solutions to complex, interconnected global problems through interdisciplinary research underpinned by big data and systems analysis. Research challenges include achieving global food security and moving to sustainable energy systems.
The International Investment Initiative fund supports the scaling up of existing and strategically significant international research collaborations between English higher education providers and overseas universities and research organisations.
This programme supports the UK’s membership of the IODP. This will enable UK scientists to carry out research to provide a better understanding of plate tectonic processes, the Earth’s crustal structure and composition, life in ancient oceans, and climate change.
Academic research, industrial R&D and the UK economy benefit from the increasing scientific activity across the globe. Through standard research grants, BBSRC can increase our impact by working with overseas partners and by recognising and harnessing the mutual benefit that comes from collaborative international research.
The International Science Partnerships Fund (ISPF) will support collaborations between UK researchers and innovators and their peers from around the world.
It will support close working with international partners to address global challenges, build knowledge and develop the technologies of tomorrow.
The International Wheat Yield partnership (IWYP) brings together funding from public and private international research organisations. This unique collaboration aligns with the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council’s (BBSRC) strategic priority in agriculture and global food security.