- AO: Proposals June 20, 2017Proposals are invited for submission to a new jointly funded activity between funding agencies in the UK and Japan that will deliver 'proof of concept' biogeochemical and biological sensors projects for autonomous observations in the marine and aquatic environment.
- Opportunity to join the EEF initiative advisory group April 21, 2017NERC invites applications to join an advisory group that will provide an independent and impartial steer to activities under the Environmental Evidence for the Future Initiative (EEF).
- AO: Changing Arctic Ocean April 20, 2017Proposals are invited for submission to a jointly funded activity between funding agencies in the UK and Germany on Changing Arctic Ocean: Implications for marine biology and biogeochemistry.
- £8.6 million UK research programme on greenhouse gas removal April 20, 2017New research will investigate ways to remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere to counteract global warming.
- Announcement of Opportunity: MIAOS March 28, 2017Proposals are invited for a new research programme on improving understanding of shelf sea ecosystem function using integrated autonomous observing systems.
- Website Maintanance, 29 June 2017 June 27, 2017Due to essential maintenance, the RCUK website and Gateway to Research (GtR) may be unavailable on 29th June 2017 from 07:00-08:30 GMT.
- Third year of Diversity Data published June 26, 2017The third annual update of the Research Councils diversity data has been published today. Our ambition is for the Research Councils to be recognised as a leader in equality and diversity in the research community, working with partners throughout the sector.
- Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund opportunities begin to open June 22, 2017Research Councils and Innovate UK welcome first Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund areas to open for applicants to apply for funding.
- Queen's Birthday Honours 2017 June 22, 2017A number of academics, funded across the Research Councils, have been honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list. A huge congratulations to them and all those in the wider science and research community.