Key features: Innovate UK, RCUK & MoST for the People’s Republic of China are to invest up to £16 million in collaborative research & development projects that propose new commercial solutions to challenges impacting the socio-economic growth & development of China in relation to energy, healthcare, urbanisation and agri-food.
Programme: International Programme
Award: Up to £16 million
Opens: 16 Nov 2015, 00:00
Registration closes: 23 Mar 2016, 12:00
Closes: 30 Mar 2016, 12:00
Support phone number: 0300 321 4357
China–UK research and innovation bridges competition
Supporting documents & links
- China–UK research and innovation bridges - competition guidance
- Recording of 17 November briefing webinar
|Competition opens||16 November 2015|
|Webinar briefing||17 November 2015|
|Deadline for registration||noon UK time 23 March 2016|
|Deadline for stage 1 applications||noon UK time 30 March 2016|
|Stage 2 opens for invited applicants||13 June 2016|
|Deadline for stage 2 invited applications||noon UK time 24 August 2016|
Funding allocation and project details
For more information watch our applications process video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-rnSpIMiPc)
Looking for partners to work on your project?
Meeting Mojo allows all interested applicants to add a profile and then search for partners in a database specific to this China–UK competition. When you find a potential partner, please message them via Meeting Mojo to discuss and determine whether you are a good match to apply as a project team for grant funding.
Please follow the link below and register, giving your full details. NOTE: It will take up to 24 hours to be approved by the site admin before you can then search for partners.
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As part of the application process all applicants are asked to submit a public description of the project. This should adequately describe the project but not disclose any information that may impact on intellectual property, is confidential or commercially sensitive. The titles of successful projects, names of organisations, amounts awarded and the public description will be published once the decision to offer an award has been communicated to applicants by email. Information about unsuccessful project applications will remain confidential and will not be made public.
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