Innovate UK Competitions : Registrations now open

Industry News | 30.11.2017

Innovate UK Competitions : Registrations now open


Competitions : Registrations now open

Future manufacturing and infrastructure systems: apply for funds

Competition with up to £19 million for innovation projects and £16 million for business-graduate partnerships now open to UK organisations.


Tackling disease with healthcare innovations: apply for funding

Businesses can apply for a share of up to £12 million to develop or test innovative ways of diagnosing, preventing and treating disease.


Innovation loans: infrastructure systems

For first of a kind deployment, businesses can apply for loans to commercialise innovative technologies in infrastructure systems.


5G Testbeds and Trials Programme: Phase 1

This DCMS competition encourages the development of a UK ‘5G ecosystem’ with technology and deployment, testbeds and trials to stimulate the development of 5G use cases and business models.


Innovation in health and life sciences round 3

UK businesses can apply for up to £15 million for projects that support small and medium sized enterprises to develop innovations in health and life sciences.


Motorbikes to large trucks: developing zero emission vehicles

Businesses can apply for a share of £20 million to support development of technologies that allow a range of vehicles to be zero emission.


SBRI funding competitions

SBRI supports a range of competitions with public sector organisations and departments. Find out more about SBRI: the Small Business Research Initiative here.


Latest SBRI competitions


Using augmented reality to boost tourism: apply for contracts

Organisations can apply for a share of £70,000 to develop augmented reality technologies that help tourists to plan and make the most of their visits.

Safer and more efficient school transport: apply for funding

Organisations can apply for a share of £200,000 to examine ways of improving school transport for pupils in Northern Ireland.

Government announces fund to revolutionise airport screening

Fund helping develop new ways of detecting explosive devices concealed in electrical items announced.

 

 

 

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