Current Funding Opportunities

31 January 2020

Competitions: registrations now open

AI in Health and Care Award

Accelerating testing and evaluation of the most promising AI technologies. The Award will support technologies across the spectrum of development: from initial feasibility and conception through to initial NHS adoption and testing of the AI technology within clinical pathways. Initially, it will focus on four key areas: screening, diagnosis, decision support and improving system efficiency. The AI Award is part of the £250 million funding given by the Department for Health and Social Care to NHSX to establish an AI Lab aimed at improving the health and lives of patients.

Open 28 January 2020 and closes at 1.00pm on the 4 March 2020. Find out more and apply.

Demonstrators addressing cyber security challenges in the Internet of Things: round 2
UK businesses can apply for a share of up to £4 million for collaborative R&D projects addressing major cyber security challenges in the Internet of Things.

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Innovate UK Smart Grants: January 2020
Opportunity to apply for a share of up to £25 million to deliver ambitious or disruptive R&D innovations that can make a significant impact on the UK economy.

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Eureka Eurostars 2: round 13
UK SMEs can apply for a share of up to £2.5 million to collaborate in research with partners across Europe and associated countries.

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UK-Israel open collaborative R&D competition 2019
UK businesses can apply for a share of up to £1.5 million to develop innovative technologies targeting global markets in partnership with Israeli companies.

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Commercialising quantum technology: technology projects round 1, full stage
Businesses in the UK can express an interest in applying for a share of up to £30 million to collaborate on quantum technology development projects.

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ISCF TFP science and technology into practice: feasibility studies
Apply for between £75,000 and £250,000 to test the feasibility of solutions that can transform food production and help the industry move towards net zero emissions by 2040.

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ISCF TFP science and technology into practice: demonstration
Apply for between £400,000 and £4 million to demonstrate solutions that can transform food production and help the industry move towards net zero emissions by 2040.

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SBRI Funding Competition - SBRI supports a range of competitions with public sector organisations and departments.

Latest SBRI competitions:

Horizon 2020
There are also opportunities for funding through the Horizon 2020 programme which focuses on European projects in research and innovation.

Find out more here.

You can find all Innovation Competitions both current open & upcoming funding opportunities here.

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