Automotive Transformation Fund Expression of Interest: Round 8

UK registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £1 billion for capital centric investment projects that help industrialise the electrified automotive supply chain at scale in the UK.

Opens: 01/03/2021 Closes: 24/03/2021

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ATI Programme strategic batch: expression of interest March 2021

The ATI Programme funds industrial research and investment aid for research infrastructures to make the UK civil aerospace sector more competitive.

Opens: 01/03/2021 Closes: 17/03/2021

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SBRI Innovation Challenge: Reducing Spread of Airborne Pathogens in Healthcare

The aim of the competition is to develop solutions that aid prevention or reduce the spread of droplet and airborne biological hazards, reduce NHS staff reliance on single use disposable PPE, and allow the return of clinical procedures which are currently considered high risk because of their aerosol generating nature.

Opens: 17/02/2021 Closes: 24/03/2021

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NHS England open call for innovation in cancer care

Working together with NHS England and NHS Improvement, SBRI Healthcare Cancer Programme is delighted to announce a £15 million funding competition for innovation to go to the open market in the field of cancer.

Opens: 17/03/2021 Closes: 21/04/2021

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Approaches to delivering energy supplies to Ships in Port – Efficient energy management

Looking for innovative solutions for delivering energy efficiently to ships whilst in port: solutions must consider the availability of energy supply and the different demands of ships and port side equipment to explore efficient means of managing the electrical energy supplies, which are not infinite and are often in high demand.

Opens: 12/02/2021 Closes: 25/03/2021

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Approaches to delivering energy supplies to Ships in Port - Efficient connections

KTN-iX is looking for innovative solutions for delivering energy efficiently to ships whilst in port. The winning business(es) in this competition will be given an opportunity to present their solutions to a group of major port operators

Opens: 12/02/2021 Closes: 29/03/2021

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Approaches to mitigate against stranded diesel assets

Owners and operators are seeking non fossil fuel alternatives or means to dramatically reduce their emissions from assets like generators, forklifts, mobile cranes, and port boats. The winning business(es) in this competition will be given an opportunity to present their solutions to a group of major port operators.

Opens: 12/02/2021 Closes: 25/03/2021

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Competition: Uncrewed Underwater Vehicle Testbed

This Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) competition seeks proposals for novel and innovative sensors and payloads to be trialled on an extra-large, uncrewed, underwater vehicle (XLUUV), a platform the Royal Navy uses to understand potential capabilities of autonomous vehicles. This competition is looking for technologies ready for on-platform testing and validation which can help the Royal Navy innovate for the next generation of underwater capabilities.

Opens: 18/02/2021 Closes: 08/03/2021

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Zero Emission Pumping Power for Emergency Vehicles

This Innovation Exchange challenge is delivered by KTN on behalf of London Fire Brigade to identify novel solutions to zero emission pumping power for emergency vehicles. The winning business(es) can present their solutions directly to London Fire Brigade and the Greater London Authority and form potential partnerships.

Opens: 04/02/2021 Closes: 04/03/2021

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KTN-iX: Solutions to Understand Vehicle Use and Charging Requirements

This Innovation Exchange challenge is delivered by KTN on behalf of London Fire Brigade to identify innovative solutions to novel solutions to understand vehicle use and charging requirements. The winning business(es) will be invited to present their solutions directly to London Fire Brigade and the Greater London Authority and form potential partnerships.

Opens: 04/02/2021 Closes: 04/03/2021

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