Category: Opportunities

Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation – small grants available

The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation invites applications for its small pump-priming grants. These grants support projects in: •arts and culture; •science, technology and environment; •humanities and social issues; •Japanese language; •medicine and health; •youth and education; •sport. While encouraging applications in each of the above fields, the foundation particularly wishes to support activities/projects in science …

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The Industrial Biotechnology (IB) Catalyst – Round 2

Round 2 of The Industrial Biotechnology (IB) Catalyst, a joint call from the BBSRCS, the EPSRC and the Technology Strategy Board, opens today.  Full details on this funding call can be found here .

AHRC Collaborative doctoral awards

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) invites applications for its collaborative doctoral awards. These encourage and develop collaboration between higher education institution departments and non-academic organisations and businesses by providing opportunities for doctoral students to gain experience of work outside an academic environment. Awards are designed to encourage and establish links that are beneficial …

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Scaling Up Improvement – call open

The Health Foundation has recently launched a new programme, Scaling Up Improvement  with over £3 million (up to £500k per project team) available for up to seven teams to take successful health care improvement interventions and deliver them at a larger scale. They are looking for projects that aim to improve health care delivery and/or …

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Diabetes UK – apply now for small grants

Diabetes UK invites applications for its small grants. These enable researchers to undertake small research projects or pilot studies related to diabetes. Applicants must have a tenured post or be able to demonstrate that they will have a salary and position at the institution they are applying from for the lifetime of the grant. Applications …

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