Posts tagged: TSB

TSB – Energy harvesting for autonomous electronics

4 June 2014

New funding opportunity
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TSB – Innovation in location-based services

28 April 2014

New funding opportunity
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TSB – Technology-inspired Innovation: Advanced Materials, Biosciences, Electronics, Sensors and Photonics, ICT

24 April 2014

New funding opportunity
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TSB – Digitising the Construction Sector

6 March 2014

Funding opportunity
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TSB – Manufacturing electronic systems of the future

17 February 2014

Funding opportunity
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TSB – Seeing more than before: Emerging imaging technologies

10 February 2014

Funding opportunity
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TSB/EPSRC – Localised Energy Systems: A cross-sector approach

29 January 2014

Funding opportunity
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TSB – UK-China Partnerships in Sustainable Manufacturing

20 December 2013

Title

UK-China Partnerships in Sustainable Manufacturing

Funder

TSB

Deadline

26th March 2014 (register by 19th March 2014)

Value

£500,000 – 800,000

Aim

TSB, EPSRC, and China’s Ministry of Science and Technology invite Expressions of Interest for collaborative R&D projects that make manufacturing processes more sustainable. The aim of the competition is to help UK academics to work with academic or industrial partners in China, and UK businesses to trial new processes with Chinese manufacturers.

In line with the TSB’s high value manufacturing strategy, projects must address at least one of the following areas:

  • conversion to alternative renewable or more sustainable raw materials
  • better management of quality variation in raw materials
  • adding value to/increasing re-use of waste streams within/across production processes
  • innovative heat or energy management or input in production
  • changing from manufacturing in batches to continuous processes
  • novel chemical processes and reactor designs, including novel catalysis, flow chemistry or use of novel solvents or solvent-free processes
  • novel processes based on industrial biotechnology
  • improved production measurement, analysis and process control
  • lightweighting of components through novel manufacturing processes
  • net-shape or near-net-shape manufacturing processes. 

All projects should show the additional benefits of co-operation between the UK and China, and applicants must show how their projects will make an overall positive contribution in terms of economic, environmental and social impacts: the triple bottom line, taking into account the full product lifecycle.

Length

12 – 24 months

Eligibility

Proposals must be collaborative, and must include both a Chinese and a UK applicant. Project partners can include academics and research and technology organisations, as well as companies, and they can be business-led or researcher-led.

Details

https://www.innovateuk.org/competition-display-page/-/asset_publisher/RqEt2AKmEBhi/content/uk-china-partnerships-in-sustainable-manufacturing

Latest Funding Opportunities Digest: 15th October 2013

15 October 2013

The following funding opportunities have recently been announced. Please follow the links for more information. 

UK Funders

EU Funders

International Funders

  • Humanitarian Innovation Fund – Small & Large Grants. Closing Date: 28th October 2013 (EoIs for the Large Grants)

Latest Funding Opportunities Digest: 30th September 2013

30 September 2013

The following funding opportunities have recently been announced. Please follow the links for more information.

UK Funders

 EU Funders 

  • EU – ERA-NET – Transnational Joint Call 2013. A total budget of approximately €33 million is available for projects lasting up to 36 months. Closing Date: 30th October 2013.

Internal Funds

  • University of Salford – VC’s Early Career Scholarships. £2,000 bursary, minimum research workload allocation and dedicated mentoring support. Closing Date: 31st October 2013.