Chemicals funding round-up
Find out about the latest funding calls of relevance to the chemical sector. Last updated August 2021.
KTN’s Chemistry team have compiled a list of some of the latest funding competitions of relevance to the chemicals sector, with the intention of helping you to identify the most appropriate funding programmes to help take your innovations forward.
The team will be happy to help if you wish to find out more about these or other funding opportunities, need help to find collaborative partners, or are seeking advice on how to apply for funding. Please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Our funding page search engine has been redesigned and is now much easier to use. Click here for a list of all open chemistry, biotechnology and materials funding opportunities.
For materials chemists, there may be additional relevant calls within our Manufacturing and Materials round-up.
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
A Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) links your organisation with one of the UK’s world-class knowledge bases (a university or research organisation) to power strategic innovation projects, embed expertise and drive commercial growth. needed to develop it, a Knowledge Transfer Partnership may be the answer. It creates a dynamic three-way collaboration ‚Äì between a business or not for profit organisation, a UK university or research organisation, and a suitably qualified graduate – to help realise a strategic innovation project, bring about transformative change and embed new capability.
Applications are open all year round, with the next competition closing 2nd February 2022.
Management Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
Just like our highly effective KTP programme, Management KTPs (MKTPs) create a dynamic 3-way partnership between your company, a team of academic experts and a skilled graduate. The focus of a MKTP is specifically on increasing effectiveness and improving results through better management practices.
These are now applied for in the same way as KTPs, with the funding for mKTPs being drawn from a dedicated pool.