On behalf of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and the National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL), Game Changers are inviting proposals from academic institutions for access to facilities at NNL’s Preston Laboratory to undertake research and development projects focussing on advanced nuclear technology.
The projects must be undertaken between 15th November 2021 and 25th March 2022.
This funding call is part of a short pilot of the Advanced Nuclear Skills and Innovation Campus (ANSIC), delivered by NNL on behalf of BEIS, and will provide research grants of up to £65k per project. It is intended that two research projects will be funded. The cost of instrument and facility access at NNL's Preston Laboratory and support from NNL experts will be covered by ANSIC, and therefore free at point of use for the successful researchers.
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In this call, proposals for research projects that explore all potential uses of nuclear technology as part of a low carbon economy are invited. This includes, but is not limited to, research projects investigating:
Please download the Call for Proposals PDF (via Get Challenge Statement) for full details of this opportunity.
An online briefing event took place on 15th September to provide an overview of ANSIC and further information about this call. Watch the recording now:
Proposals must be submitted using the Game Changers online application system. The deadline for applications is 12 noon on Thursday 7th October 2021.
Template documents for the supplementary information required as part of this application process are provided below. Please note that these documents are for guidance only and should not be regarded as being editable. There is no requirement to submit a poster in support of ANSIC open call applications.