Finding Funding

Finding Funding Opportunities, funder news, funding contacts.

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Research Professional is an online database of research funding opportunities and a source of national and international research policy and practice news. UoE staff are free to use it to browse, create and save searches and alerts and to use it as a networking tool.
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It's not only news and funding opportunities: you can search for existing awards by institution or by funder, giving you an idea of who funds what, or use the Know How section for guidance on developing winning proposals from leading PIs and research managers.

There is a range of other searchable funding opportunity platforms including:

Early Career Researchers Central - By early career researchers (ECRs) for ECRs to find and discuss funding opportunities, share experiences, mentor peers, and create impact through community engagement. Funding, travel grants and other resources.
Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) - the GCRF Online Community Platform; ' web links to the Delivery Partners' funding pages, explore their websites to discover what funding is available via the GCRF and how to apply to these programmes. Come back to this platform to share ideas with your community and seek partners for these funding calls.'
US Federal Grants and Funding - Grants.gov
European Funding - European Commission Participant Portal for events, news and funding calls. Brexit concerns? Speak to your portfolio manager.

And for translational and industrial funding opportunities (speak to your Business Development Executive first)

The BOX (Business Opportunity Exchange) - aims to connect academics and researchers at the University of Edinburgh with the latest collaboration opportunities and research challenges from industry in order to deliver impact.
Industry Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) -
Translational Funding - bridge the gap funding from early stage to commercialisation, including the UKRI Impact Acceleration Accounts, Innovate UK, and contacts for each