Arthritis Research UK
Project Grants 25 Nov 2015
Max: 300K over 3 years
Expression of interest (early-stage translation, industrial research, experimental development)
Early-stage technical feasibility studies and
Late-stage technical feasibility studies
Registration deadline: 25 November 2015
Application deadline: 2 December 2015
Together with EPSRC and Innovate UK, we plan to commit up to £40M in 2015-16 for R&D to address one or more of the major challenges using biological processes, or processes in which biological and chemical approaches are used in combination to support:
research and development for the processing and production of materials, chemicals (including pharmaceutical precursors and biopharmaceuticals) and bioenergy
development and commercialisation of innovative IB processes to manufacture a wide range of existing and new products through collaborative and non-collaborative research grants
Europe Partnering Awards 13 Nov 2015 (Forecast)
The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council invites applications for its Europe partnering awards. These provide funding for networking and other activities to facilitate UK coordination and participation in consortia for the preparation and development of collaborative research proposals for submission to European Commission funding calls under Horizon 2020.
Responsive Mode grants 23 Sept 2015
New Investigator Scheme 23 Sept 2015
Cancer Research UK
Multidisciplinary Project Award 9 Sept 2015
This supports collaborations between cancer researchers and scientists from engineering or physical science disciplines.
Medical Research Council
Research Grants- MCM board 9 Sept 2015
Programme Grants- MCM board 9 Sept 2015
These provide large and long-term renewable funding. A programme is defined as a coordinated and coherent group of related projects that may be developed to address an interrelated set of questions across a broad scientific area.
Partnership Grants- MCM board 9 Sept 2015
This provides core funds to support partnerships between diverse groupings of researchers, and can be used for infrastructure support, platform activities and for bringing together managed consortia or multidisciplinary collaborations.
Research Grants- Infection and Immunity board 23 Sept 2015
Industry Fellowships 26 March 2015
This scheme is for academic scientists who want to work on a collaborative project with industry and for scientists in industry who want to work on a collaborative project with an academic organisation.
Programme grants No deadline
Research Project grants
Research Project Grants may be held for up to five years. The maximum grant value is £500,000. The funds requested should be appropriate for the grant duration and the resources required to realise the project’s objectives.
Two stage process:
(a) Outline applications- No deadline
(b) Invited full applications- Annually 21st March, 1st Sept, 1st Dec
ERC Starting Grant 17 Nov 2015
ERC Consolidator Grant 2 Feb 2016
ERC Advanced Grant 1 Sept 2016
Marie Curie Individual Fellowships 10 Sept 2015
Investigator Awards 20 Feb 2015
17 July 2015
6 Nov 2015
Summary Text: Awards may be small or large, typically up to £3 million, and lasting up to seven years. The duration and costs you request should be clearly justified by your proposed research. Also, you should ensure that the scope of your proposal and the associated resources are appropriate for your career stage and research experience.
Collaborative Awards 21 Sept 2015
Summary text: Collaborative Awards provide flexible support to excellent groups of independent researchers with outstanding track records. Proposals must address important scientific problems that can only be achieved through a collaborative team effort. Funding can be used to carry out large-scale interdisciplinary research (including translational work).
Award amount: Up to £4M over 5 years
Multi-user equipment grants 10 Nov 2015 (Forecast)
These provide support for multi-user items of equipment, including equipment required to create a central resource for a number of disparate scientific programmes. Applicants should demonstrate how the requested equipment would enhance trust-funded investments in strategic areas of interest and add value to research.
Applications should include a contribution from the host institution or other source, proportionate to the total amount requested and at least 10 per cent on applications costing £100,000 or more. Grants generally range between £75,000 and £1 million over a period of up to five years.
Worldwide Cancer Research (formerly AICR)
A charity which funds research into any type of cancer anywhere in the world.
Max budget is £250K over 3 years
Deadline: 30th Oc 2015
For further opportunities please see http://researchprofessional.com
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