• ESRC New Investigator – changes

    ESRC New Investigator – changes

    From 1 January 2020 ESRC will be revising the eligibility criteria for this call to remove the 4-year time bound criteria. This remains a scheme for early career researchers who have yet to make the transition to be an independent researcher Removing the time bound eligibility criteria reflects our ambition to be as inclusive of…

  • NIHR Public health research programme – commissioned workstream: 19/133

    The National Institute for Health Research invites stage 1 applications for its commissioned call under the public health research programme. This supports research on the continuing priority research topics of interest to the PHR programme. Applications are sought for the following previously advertised topics: Gang violence and gang related harms to health; Choice architecture; Health…

  • AHRC UK-Ireland collaboration in the digital humanities – joint networking call

    The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) is pleased to announce a call for Networking Grants as part of its ‘UK-Ireland Collaboration in Digital Humanities’ programme funded through the UKRI Fund for International Collaboration. This collaborative funding programme between the AHRC and the Irish Research Council (IRC) aims to deliver a transformational impact on Digital Humanities…

  • NIHR announces annual social care funding competition

    We’re pleased to announce that the NIHR Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) Programme will be running a dedicated social care funding call on an annual basis. RfPB’s first social care funding call, launched in 2018, has invested £2.5 million in 12 projects. The next annual call will launch in September with a budget of up…

  • RDS NW August 2019 e-bulletin

    In this issue: Call for Public Reviewers for RDS NW Pre-submission Review Panels, New NIHR Website and NIHRtv, How to be a good Chief Investigator, Health Research Authority: New Participant Identification Centres model agreements, Events, funding opportunities and approaching funding deadlines. Download the August 2019 e-bulletin here.

  • UKRI launches £98m healthy ageing research fund

    UK Research and Innovation has launched the Healthy Ageing Programme, a £98 million strand of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund that aims to increase research that will support the UK’s ageing population. https://www.researchprofessional.com/0/rr/news/uk/research-councils/2019/8/UKRI-launches–98m-healthy-ageing-research-fund.html?utm_medium=email&utm_source=rpMailing&utm_campaign=personalNewsDailyUpdate_2019-08-05#sthash.BWcDafHI.dpuf

  • Development through the creative industries in Turkey workshop bursaries

    The Arts and Humanities Research Council, under the Newton-Katip Çelebi Fund, and in partnership with the Istanbul Development Agency invites expressions of interest for its development through the creative industries in Turkey workshop bursaries. These enable researchers to attend a workshop on development through the creative industries in Turkey, to be held from 16 to…

  • GCRF Global Multimorbidity – Seed-funding 2019

    Multimorbidity is recognized as a significant and rapidly increasing health, economic and societal problem in low- middle- and high-income settings. A collective and coordinated effort is required to deliver a step-change in the prevention, measurement, management and treatment of multimorbidity through research. As part of a framework of activities the Academy of Medical Science (AMS),…

  • The Leverhulme Trust invites applications for its study abroad studentships. These enable students to undertake an extended period of advanced study or research at a centre of learning anywhere in the world except for the UK and USA. All subject areas may be considered, with the exception of studies of disease, illness and disabilities in…

  • AHRC UK-China research-industry creative partnerships call

    The Arts and Humanities Research Council, in partnership with the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, Innovate UK, the Shanghai Theatre Academy and the Shanghai Economic and Information Technology Commission, invites proposals for its partnership development grants for UK-China collaborations in the creative industries. Project areas may include the following: creative design, particularly in relation…