The aim of the CERAF programme is to establish a climate and environmental risk analytics capability and capacity in the UK that will:
- meet the specific needs of the financial services sector
- enhance the resilience of the financial system to the increasing impact of climate change.
ESRC supports the creation of new insights from research and datasets into climate change and sustainability in areas such as land use, transport, sustainable resources and infrastructures, food, water and energy. Our funding is helping the UK to meet its climate and sustainability goals.
The aim of this programme is to improve understanding of the pathways between climate, environment and health so that we can better protect and promote human health and wellbeing in the face of climate challenges.
The aim of MRC’s clinical and translational research is to support and fund innovation that will speed up the transfer of the best ideas from discovery research into new interventions that reach patients, and improve the return on investment in fundamental research.
Clinical technologies covers a range of areas relevant to developing new healthcare device solutions for diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and monitoring of disease, injury, or disability. Research in this space requires strong connection with users in the healthcare sector to maximise impact.
Research into coastal and waterway structures, management and flood defences, estuarine engineering, reservoir and dam engineering and hydrodynamics.
Theoretical and experimental studies of atomic and molecular species cooled to sub-millikelvin temperatures and their science applications.
This area of investment funds high-quality research into humanitarian protection of people affected by conflict.
The goal of this research is to:
- better understand the causes of humanitarian protection risks and violations
- gather evidence about which interventions are most effective in improving humanitarian protection outcomes
The research underpins a variety of different user needs, including business sectors. Collaborating and engaging with users increases the potential for research impact, and we encourage you to submit applications for collaborative research projects with users.
The addressing of engineering challenges related to combustion dynamics through multi-scale modelling and experimental approaches.