Announcement of Opportunity: Landscape Decisions mathematical and statistical challenges small grants call
1 Mar 2019
UK Research & Innovation invite proposals that will bring mathematical or statistical methods to decision-making approaches on how we use the environment.
1 Mar 2019
Proposals are invited for the Integration and Impact call as part of the Science for Humanitarian Emergencies & Resilience programme funded by the Department for International Development and NERC. This is a closed call restricted to principal investigators and co-investigators of the current SHEAR Research Consortia and Catalyst projects and the Building Resilience to Disasters Using Financial Instruments call.
27 Feb 2019
NERC is inviting proposals to its Global Partnerships Seedcorn Fund.
27 Feb 2019
NERC will scope a new area for a potential large-scale strategic research investment over spring 2019, titled 'securing UK forest form, function and ecosystem services against 21st century pressures'.
Announcement of Opportunity: Understanding & Representing Atmospheric Convection across Scales (ParaCon) - Phase 2
26 Feb 2019
NERC and the Met Office are inviting a single proposal for the second phase of the Understanding & Representing Atmospheric Convection across Scales (ParaCon) research programme.
21 Feb 2019
The mid-programme science meeting of the Greenhouse Gas Removal research programme will take place on 27-28 June 2019 at the Royal Holloway University London.
20 Feb 2019
As the deadline for submitting outcomes to Researchfish® approaches on 14 March 2019, Professor Mark Bailey, Director of the NERC Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, explains how completing your returns helps us make the case for continued investment in environmental science.
19 Feb 2019
The Met Office are inviting expressions of interest for the Strategic Priorities Fund UK Climate Resilience programme.
18 Feb 2019
Proposals are invited under a new research programme, Signals in the Soil, which will address the challenge of transforming existing capabilities in understanding dynamic near-surface soil processes through advances in sensor systems and modelling, and through this deliver sustainable, resilient and functional soils, whether managed or unmanaged.
7 Feb 2019
An investment of £8 million by the UK Research & Innovation Antimicrobial Resistance in the Real World cross-council initiative through the Newton Fund, and 36 million yuan from the National Natural Science Foundation of China, will support new interdisciplinary China-UK AMR partnership hubs.
The four winning collaborations bring together leading researchers from both countries to explore and address factors behind the rise in antibacterial resistance in China.