Research and development

Policy paper: Innovate UK: slavery and human trafficking statement 2016 to 2017 Innovate UK’s modern slavery and human trafficking statement outlines some of the activities we will carry out in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
This includes actions to:
make all staff aware of the act
roll out e-learning to ...
News story: New battery technologies for electric vehicles: apply for funding Innovate UK has up to £25 million to invest in new automotive battery technologies that help to build the vehicle battery supply chain in the UK.
Supporting the Industrial Strategy
This funding is the latest in government’s Industrial Strategy Challenge ...
News story: Commercial ideas in cyber security: apply for academic funding Innovate UK, in partnership with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, has up to £500,000 for ideas in cyber security coming out of academic institutions.
Priorities for the next 5 years
The UK government set out its priorities ...
News story: Designing roads for driverless vehicles: apply for contracts The National Infrastructure Commission and Highways England have up to £200,000 to invest in projects that look at changes to roads and related infrastructure to maximise the benefits of driverless and connected vehicle technologies.
Change in how we use roads
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News story: Using simulation to test self-driving vehicles: apply for funding The Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV) in partnership with Innovate UK has up to £15 million to invest in projects that use simulation and modelling in the development of approvals and standards for autonomous and connected vehicles.
Self-driving ...
Notice: SBRI competition guidance: roads for the future for connected and autonomous vehicles An organisation of any size, age or type can lead a project. Individuals must be registered with Companies House.
These guidance notes complement the invitation to tender, which can be found on the secure download site when you register for ...
News story: UK satellite maker acquired in multi-million deal Glasgow-based miniature satellite manufacturer Clyde Space will join AAC Microtec to combine and strengthen the 2 companies’ position in the small and nanosatellite market.
The deal - worth £26 million - is a share and sale purchase agreement. AAC Microtec ...
Detailed guide: General guidance for applicants: Innovate UK Updated: Have clearly defined the portfolio approach in the section on what happens after you have submitted your application. Overview
Innovate UK runs 2 types of application process. These are:
an online application process via our digital Innovation Funding Service
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Detailed guide: Knowledge Transfer Partnerships: what they are and how to apply
Updated: Change of email address to KTP contact and name of Brunel University London.What is a Knowledge Transfer Partnership
The Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) scheme helps businesses in the UK to innovate and grow. It does this by linking them ...
Collection: SBRI: the Small Business Research Initiative Updated: Updated funding competitions: 'Accelerator competition: regenerative medicine at the front line', 'Saving energy with data from smart meters' and 'Designing roads for driverless vehicles'.SBRI brings together government challenges and ideas from business to create innovative solutions.
This collection provides ...