InnovateUK have announced the opening of the Innovation in health and life sciences, round 3. All projects must be led by a business and have the involvement of at least one SME on the project. Research organisations may participate in applications as collaborators. All submissions must demonstrate plans for significant innovation in at least one of the priority areas:
- increasing agricultural productivity
- improving food quality and sustainability
- advanced therapies (cell and gene therapies)
- precision medicine
- medicines discovery
- preclinical technologies
- advanced biosciences
Applications will also need to address at least one of the competition themes. Applications for Knowledge Transfer Partnerships are also welcome. Total project costs should be between £50k and £2m and last from six months to three years.
For information on Knowledge Transfer Partnerships, please contact Rachel Clarke (firstname.lastname@example.org). For discussing how to developing a research collaboration with industry, please contact Ehren Milner (email@example.com).