Below are some of the current funding opportunities available to researchers looking at the relationship between Air Quality and COVID-19. If you are aware of other relevant funding calls, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
NERC CV-19 public engagement
The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) is inviting proposals for public engagement with environmental science which understand, address or mitigate the impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak. NERC intends to fund projects costing up to £10,000 each with a total budget of £50,000. Successful projects must be completed by 31 March 2021. The closing date for proposals is 16:00 Hours (BST) Wednesday 13 May, 2020 via email. Full details of the funding call.
UKRI open call
This is an open call and proposals can be in any
part of the UKRI remit. For those whose proposal is at least 50% NERC,
welcome to contact NERC’s healthy Environment team. A representative can
talk through with a prospective applicant the
proposal idea– please email email@example.com – NERC are always happy for the community to get in touch.
Information on the UKRI open call can be found the UKRI website.
For proposals around CV-19 that have a strong health element, there is also an MRC/DHSC rolling call open, details of the call can be found on the MRC website.
SAQN Collaboration Building Workshop
Applications are open for the SAQN Collaboration Building Workshop on 2-3 November 2020. This workshop will enable researchers to meet with and explore research opportunities with colleagues in STFC, and apply for SAQN funding for Scoping Studies.
Clean Air Programme
More info on Clean air can be found on the website.
NERC are anticipating opening another funding opportunity for research and innovation consortia to generate new knowledge and tools to influence policy and regulation. NERC ran scoping workshops in January and February around a UKRI Consortia call. The read-out report of this workshop will be published by NERC.
Information on the Strategic Priorities Fund.
The Clean Air Champions act as thought leaders, flag bearers, and strategy owners for the new UKRI Clean Air programme. They bring together outstanding researchers in atmospheric, medical and social science in joined-up thinking and ground-breaking solutions to help create a sound health-based policy, innovative business and trusted public information for the benefit of current and future generations.
This video provides an overview from NERC on the two previous waves and aims of the programme.