ISCF: Making UK manufacturing smarter
Businesses can apply for a share of £30 million to support projects that use digital technology to improve the productivity and agility of UK manufacturing.
Closing date 28 August 2019
This call is to identify and support an in situ Laboratory X-Ray Computed Tomography (XCT) National Research Facility (NRF). The facility will enable world-leading research with the potential for commercial exploitation and ground-breaking impact on the UK economy as well as wider societal benefits. Total funding of up to £10M is available.
Closing date 01 October 2019
These are schemes run by others in which Health and Care Research Wales is a funding partner.
It includes participation in agreed National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) programmes, which provides Wales-based researchers with full access to the Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation, Health Technology Assessment, Health Service and Delivery Research and Public Health Research funding schemes.
Various closing dates
EPSRC Future Liquid Metal Engineering Hub is inviting proposals for innovative feasibility studies in the field of solidification science and technology in: heterogeneous nucleation, grain refinement and recycling of metallic materials.
Closing date 12 September 2019
This competition is part of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund’s £120 million Data to Early Diagnosis and Precision Medicine Challenge.
The challenge aims to fund researchers and industry to combine data and real-world evidence from UK health services and create new products and services that diagnose diseases earlier and more efficiently.
Closing date 23 September 2019
The Manufacturing the Future theme will provide up to £12 million over two funding streams, to support a portfolio of manufacturing-relevant projects from emerging research areas, enabling new, potentially disruptive future manufacturing systems.
Closing date 24 September 2019
The Digital Economy Theme, led by EPSRC within UKRI, will seek to commit up to £9M (at 80%FEC) to support four to six research projects which address challenges that lie at the intersection between artificial intelligence (AI) and cyber-security. The call scope will cover two main aspects - Security for Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Intelligence for Security and applications to this call must address at least one of them.
Closing date 10 October 2019
Collaborative Computational Projects (CCPs) are inclusive, community-wide initiatives bringing together engineering and physical sciences researchers and research software development expertise. CCPs comprise researchers and developers who collaborate on large-scale scientific software development projects, maintenance, distribution, training, and user support.
Closing date: 10 October 2019
An interdisciplinary joint call which invites high quality proposals between researchers in the UK and China which aim to enhance the evidence base on understanding and addressing health and social challenges facing ageing societies through interdisciplinary collaborations
Closing date 17 October 2019
This is the sixth call for Statements of Community Need for new and existing National Research Facilities that will support excellent engineering and physical sciences research. The facilities provide leading edge capabilities and technique development at a national level and/or access to European research facilities.
Statements of Community Need should be led by an individual but co-created by a research community.
Closing date 30 October 2019
Discipline Hopping Awards will provide short-term support to allow researchers from core ICT fields with other disciplines and/or user fields. The aim of this is to foster new interactions, bringing a multidisciplinary and user-driven focus to research. Alternatively, non ICT specialists can apply for funds to bring a technological perspective to their home discipline.
No closing date
The Healthcare Technologies theme has prioritised funding to support novel investigator-led projects. We are inviting investigator-led proposals and intend to batch these through the year. This will allow prioritisation panel membership to better reflect the expertise required to assess the multidisciplinary, team science and impact considerations which are a common feature of high quality Healthcare Technologies research.
No closing date
If you have an excellent idea for a research project, the best way to seek funding for it is through our Research Grants open call. Awards ranging from £350,000 to £1 million (100% full Economic Cost (fEC)) can be made to eligible institutions to enable individuals or research teams to undertake anything from a standard research project through to a large-scale survey and other infrastructure or methodological development.