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Innovator Awards

These awards support researchers who are transforming great ideas into healthcare innovations that could have a significant impact on human health. Scheme at a glance Level of funding: Up to £500,000, or up to £750,000 for multidisciplinary collaborations Duration of funding: Usually up to 24 months, or up to 36 months for multidisciplinary collaborations Find out more...

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Precision medicine technologies: shaping the future

Registration closes: 11 July 2018 Award: £5 million Organisation: Innovate UK UK businesses and research technology organisations can apply for a share of up to £5 million to develop precision medicine technologies. To be eligible, you must: be a UK based business of any size or research technology organisation (RTO) work alone or in partnership with other UK-based businesses, academic or research organisations carry out your project in the UK be able to start your project no later than 1 November 2018 Find out more...

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UK Research and Innovation strength in places fund

Registration closes: 25 July 2018 Award: £50 million Organisation: Innovate UK A new competitive scheme that takes a place-based approach to research and innovation funding, to support significant regional economic growth. We are looking for applications from consortia formed of: UK publicly funded research organisations UK-based businesses of any size, working closely with local civic partners Find out more...

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Creating a network of digital pathology, imaging and AI centres

Registration closes: 1 August 2018 Award: £50 million Organisation: Innovate UK Up to £50 million is available to establish centres of excellence in digital pathology and/or medical imaging with artificial intelligence (AI). To lead a programme, you must be: an NHS trust (or equivalent in the devolved administrations) NHS England, NHS Scotland, NHS Wales, or Health and Social Care Northern Ireland a hospital an Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) a university or other research organisation affiliated to a hospital, NHS Trust, or equivalent in the devolved administrations Find out more...

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