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  • EPSRC Conventional Power Generation - Isis Innovation
    Technology investment opportunities Information for Investors Isis Innovation spinouts Oxford Invention Fund University of Oxford Isis Funds Oxford University Consulting Services Academic consulting advice Academic Expertise Showcases Technical Services Technical Services Showcases OUC Clients For University members Contact OUC Innovation Consultancy Technology Transfer Commercialisation Training Technology Transfer Services Technology Commercialisation Innovation Management Case Study Overview Contact us Health Outcomes iOutcomes People Overview Clinical Outcomes Assessments Health Outcome Services FAQs Apply to Use Inspired Works Contact us Incubator News Incubator Services Stages of Development Our Ventures Meet the CEOs Find your CEO match Incubator Team Contact For University Members Consulting Services Support FAQs Register as a consultant Commercialising Your Technology IP patents and licences Starting a company FAQs Isis Startup Incubator Oxford University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Translational Funding University Hot Desks For Medical Sciences Researchers Contact Us News Events Publications News Events Request further information Technology Showcase 2016 Success Stories Publications Annual Reports Innovation Insights Isis newsletters Comment opinion Other publications reports Home For University Members Translational funding EPSRC Conventional Power Generation Share this EPSRC Conventional Power Generation Applications are invited in two areas development of next generation technologies and novel materials for future plant design integration of conventional plants with future technologies EPSRC Conventional Power Generation Key points focus EPSRC is looking to support up to 3 novel research projects covering challenges in conventional power generation Applicants may also wish to consider how to optimise existing power plants to aid in the reliability availability maintainability and or operability of these plants Social economic and behavioural aspects were also identified as an issue relevant to the future of Conventional Power Generation Other comments Applicants must understand the social economic and environmental implications of tacking the research challenges involved in creating new energy technologies Applications Procedure Applicants who do not register their intent to submit will have their applications rejected More information is available here Eligibility criteria and Guidance notes Cross institutional bids are welcome but there must be a single submission for each application led by a single principal investigator with only one proposal form Anyone intending to submit a proposal to this call must register their interest by email to Laura Sewell epsrc ac uk by 16 June 2014 including in this email Name and institutions of the principal and co investigators Any non academic project partners The subject area see call remit outlined above The approximate value of the funds to be requested You should prepare and submit your proposal using the Research Councils Joint electronic Submission System Je S Type of fund Other sources of translational funding Institute Awarding Body Amount Up to 1 000 000 Closing date for applications No closing date specified Next Call for Applications Call closed Potential Duration Up to 4 years IP Commercialisation obligations Unless stated otherwise the ownership of all intellectual assets including intellectual property and responsibility for their application rests with the organisation that generates them Where the grant is associated with more than one research organisation and or other

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  • Supergen Bioenergy Challenge II - Isis Innovation
    Desks For Medical Sciences Researchers Contact Us News Events Publications News Events Request further information Technology Showcase 2016 Success Stories Publications Annual Reports Innovation Insights Isis newsletters Comment opinion Other publications reports Home For University Members Translational funding Supergen Bioenergy Challenge II Share this Supergen Bioenergy Challenge II Research projects to undertake fundamental research that will advance the case for Bioenergy The successful projects will be expected to become members of the SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub Key points focus The call should be focused on the following areas Biomass processing to improve feedstock properties include milling drying densification etc Integration of processes to match biomass to conversion technology and vice versa Measurement and analysis of greenhouse gas balances for bioenergy systems Other comments Applicants should refer to work being carried on within the Hub to date in order to avoid duplication of effort and to encourage complementary work packages to more effectively advance Bioenergy research Specifically applicants should be aware of the Hub s report on Greenhouse Gas balances which should be reflected when building work packages around this area within the remit of this call Applicants can cover one or more areas listed but are not expected to cover all areas Applications Procedure Up to 3M will be made available for funding to fund 3 projects of up to 1M each For each project there should be a single form submitted through the Je S system although the project can be multi institutional The successful project s will be branded as SUPERGEN and are expected to work closely with the existing SUPERGEN Hub Applicants should note the additional grant conditions The SUPERGEN Bioenergy website gives details of the current activities of the Bioenergy Hub For further information on the operation of the SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub please contact the Hub manager Laura O Keefe Type of fund Other sources of translational funding Institute Awarding Body Amount Up to 3 000 000 pot Closing date for applications No closing date specified Next Call for Applications Call closed Potential Duration Up to 3 years IP Commercialisation obligations Unless stated otherwise the ownership of all intellectual assets including intellectual property and responsibility for their application rests with the organisation that generates them Where the grant is associated with more than one research organisation and or other project partners the basis of collaboration between the organisations including ownership of intellectual property and rights to exploitation is expected to be set out in a formal collaboration agreement It is the responsibility of the Research Organisation to put such an agreement in place before the research begins The terms of collaboration agreements must not conflict with the Research Councils terms and conditions Arrangements for collaboration and or exploitation must not prevent the future progression of research and the dissemination of research results in accordance with academic custom and practice A temporary delay in publication is acceptable in order to allow commercial and collaborative arrangements to be established The Research Council may in individual cases reserve the right

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  • Joint Israel-UK Research in Cyber Security - Isis Innovation
    of cyber security are global and do not respect national boundaries Solutions to the problems with which we are faced will need to be developed and implemented in a shared way to reflect this fact This call is open to proposals in any area of research which have real potential to enhance our understanding of cyber security and strengthen relationships between researchers in the UK and Israel In particular projects are welcomed which address shared challenges in Smart authentication and identity management Governance and regulation of cyber security Privacy assurance and perceptions Mobile and Cloud security Human aspects of security or usable security Cyber resilient systems Other comments The key to success in the call will be the identification of a programme of work which is of high scientific quality and truly collaborative a balanced programme of research in which the individual projects can work together to maximise mutual benefit Collaborators will need to prepare a single unified proposal which describes a full programme of work in both countries Building on previous initiatives intended to foster stronger research links between Israel and the UK the Agencies would like to strengthen collaboration between our nations best cyber security researchers The challenges of cyber security are global and do not respect national boundaries Solutions to the problems with which we are faced will need to be developed and implemented in a shared way to reflect this fact Proposals must request funding for a new programme of concurrent research activity in both Israel and the UK Funding for the approved projects depends on the availability of funds in the State Budget of both countries Applications Procedure The UK lead applicant is responsible for final submission of the proposal using the UK Research Councils Joint electronic Submission System Je S While the process of developing the content of the proposal will need to be shared between the partner researchers in Israel and the UK responsibility for submitting the full application to EPSRC will rest with the UK lead as only UK organisations can access the EPSRC s Je S system Israeli partners must be affiliated with an Academic Institution meaning an accredited institution of higher learning in Israel according to the Council for Higher Education Law 1958 or a public research institute with experience in the relevant fields For eligibility criteria see the EPSRC Funding Guide Type of fund Other sources of translational funding Institute Awarding Body Amount 600 000 Closing date for applications No closing date specified Next Call for Applications No current call Potential Duration Projects should last between 25 and 30 months to start in Spring 2015 and end no later than December 2017 IP Commercialisation obligations Unless stated otherwise the ownership of all intellectual assets including intellectual property and responsibility for their application rests with the organisation that generates them Where the grant is associated with more than one research organisation and or other project partners the basis of collaboration between the organisations including ownership of intellectual property and rights

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  • Supergen Fuel Cells Challenge Call - Isis Innovation
    Request further information Technology Showcase 2016 Success Stories Publications Annual Reports Innovation Insights Isis newsletters Comment opinion Other publications reports Home For University Members Translational funding Supergen Fuel Cells Challenge Call Share this Supergen Fuel Cells Challenge Call Collaborative research projects to undertake fundamental research to underpin the development of Fuel Cell technologies and to address the key research challenges that underpin the deployment of Fuel Cell Technologies These areas are Degradation and Failure Electrodes and Interfaces Fuel Flexibility Sensors and Diagnostics Key points focus Proposals should address a single area out of the following four indicating clearly which area is being addressed 1 Degradation and Failure Understanding degradation mechanisms in fuel cell electrodes and at interfaces Emphasise understanding degradation mechanisms in existing fuel cell material systems Development of new tools and techniques to enable accelerated testing of fuel cell materials and devices 2 Electrodes and Interfaces Development of novel materials microstructures and or fabrication methods for the production of fuel cell electrodes and or engineered interfaces Improved understanding of the relationship between the design fabrication and performance of fuel cell electrodes 3 Fuel Flexibility Enhancing the ability of fuel cell systems to utilise a wider range of fuel compositions Increased tolerance to impurities through improved electrode materials catalysts and structures or the development of guard materials and or the development of regeneration methods 4 Sensors and Diagnostics Improved sensors and diagnostics for the in situ monitoring of the performance and or state of health of fuel cell components and systems Development of control and monitoring systems for diagnosis prognosis and parameter estimation of fuel cell components and systems Other comments Total pot of 5M to split between 3 to 5 projects The institutions involved in the successful proposals will be expected to become members of the Supergen Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Hub Proposals focusing exclusively on fundamental chemistry materials science research Biological Fuel Cells and related topics are excluded from this call Type of fund Other sources of translational funding Institute Awarding Body Amount 1 000 000 1 600 000 Closing date for applications No closing date specified Next Call for Applications Call closed IP Commercialisation obligations Unless stated otherwise the ownership of all intellectual assets including intellectual property and responsibility for their application rests with the organisation that generates them Where the grant is associated with more than one research organisation and or other project partners the basis of collaboration between the organisations including ownership of intellectual property and rights to exploitation is expected to be set out in a formal collaboration agreement It is the responsibility of the Research Organisation to put such an agreement in place before the research begins The terms of collaboration agreements must not conflict with the Research Councils terms and conditions Arrangements for collaboration and or exploitation must not prevent the future progression of research and the dissemination of research results in accordance with academic custom and practice A temporary delay in publication is acceptable in order to allow commercial and collaborative

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  • NERC Follow-on Fund Pathfinder - Isis Innovation
    investment opportunities Information for Investors Isis Innovation spinouts Oxford Invention Fund University of Oxford Isis Funds Oxford University Consulting Services Academic consulting advice Academic Expertise Showcases Technical Services Technical Services Showcases OUC Clients For University members Contact OUC Innovation Consultancy Technology Transfer Commercialisation Training Technology Transfer Services Technology Commercialisation Innovation Management Case Study Overview Contact us Health Outcomes iOutcomes People Overview Clinical Outcomes Assessments Health Outcome Services FAQs Apply to Use Inspired Works Contact us Incubator News Incubator Services Stages of Development Our Ventures Meet the CEOs Find your CEO match Incubator Team Contact For University Members Consulting Services Support FAQs Register as a consultant Commercialising Your Technology IP patents and licences Starting a company FAQs Isis Startup Incubator Oxford University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Translational Funding University Hot Desks For Medical Sciences Researchers Contact Us News Events Publications News Events Request further information Technology Showcase 2016 Success Stories Publications Annual Reports Innovation Insights Isis newsletters Comment opinion Other publications reports Home For University Members Translational funding NERC Follow on Fund Pathfinder Share this NERC Follow on Fund Pathfinder Animal disease health and welfare A Pathfinder award is a compulsory precursor to a Follow on Fund application The awards are available to carry out work to develop a greater understanding of the commercial aspects and possibilities of research and hence a more robust better informed application for a full Follow on Fund grant NERC Follow on Fund Pathfinder Key points focus Animal disease health and welfare Other comments Awards are usually between 7k 10k 100 full economic cost although up to 20k is available in exceptional circumstances See NERC website for further details Applications Procedure Applications should be submitted at any time via the Je S system Select Standard Proposal then Follow on Fund then Follow on Fund Pathfinder Type

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  • NERC Follow-on Fund & Innovation Projects - Isis Innovation
    in China Jobs Other Languages Contact us Technologies Available Explore Technologies for License Intellectual Property IP for SMEs Material Reagent Sales Easy to use Materials Evaluation Agreement Investment Opportunities Technology investment opportunities Information for Investors Isis Innovation spinouts Oxford Invention Fund University of Oxford Isis Funds Oxford University Consulting Services Academic consulting advice Academic Expertise Showcases Technical Services Technical Services Showcases OUC Clients For University members Contact OUC Innovation Consultancy Technology Transfer Commercialisation Training Technology Transfer Services Technology Commercialisation Innovation Management Case Study Overview Contact us Health Outcomes iOutcomes People Overview Clinical Outcomes Assessments Health Outcome Services FAQs Apply to Use Inspired Works Contact us Incubator News Incubator Services Stages of Development Our Ventures Meet the CEOs Find your CEO match Incubator Team Contact For University Members Consulting Services Support FAQs Register as a consultant Commercialising Your Technology IP patents and licences Starting a company FAQs Isis Startup Incubator Oxford University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Translational Funding University Hot Desks For Medical Sciences Researchers Contact Us News Events Publications News Events Request further information Technology Showcase 2016 Success Stories Publications Annual Reports Innovation Insights Isis newsletters Comment opinion Other publications reports Home For University Members Translational funding NERC Follow on Fund Innovation Projects Share this NERC Follow on Fund Innovation Projects Previously known as KE projects call This is a proof of concept fund to support commercialisation of ideas arising from research funded by the NERC enabling research programme and discovery science grant research outputs to be further developed to realise their commercial potential The Follow on Fund runs in parallel with the Innovation Projects call NERC Innovation Projects NERC Follow on Fund Key points focus Plants microbes food and sustainability Other comments Applicants Technology Transfer Offices are invited to contact NERC to discuss possible applications before a proposal is

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  • Innovations Partnership Scheme (IPS) - Isis Innovation
    members Contact OUC Innovation Consultancy Technology Transfer Commercialisation Training Technology Transfer Services Technology Commercialisation Innovation Management Case Study Overview Contact us Health Outcomes iOutcomes People Overview Clinical Outcomes Assessments Health Outcome Services FAQs Apply to Use Inspired Works Contact us Incubator News Incubator Services Stages of Development Our Ventures Meet the CEOs Find your CEO match Incubator Team Contact For University Members Consulting Services Support FAQs Register as a consultant Commercialising Your Technology IP patents and licences Starting a company FAQs Isis Startup Incubator Oxford University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Translational Funding University Hot Desks For Medical Sciences Researchers Contact Us News Events Publications News Events Request further information Technology Showcase 2016 Success Stories Publications Annual Reports Innovation Insights Isis newsletters Comment opinion Other publications reports Home For University Members Translational funding Innovations Partnership Scheme IPS Share this Innovations Partnership Scheme IPS To transfer technology and expertise developed through STFC funding to the marketplace in partnership with industry and other academic disciplines STFC technology or expertise must be integral to the project The technology or expertise can be developed with STFC funding at UK higher education institutes STFC laboratories CERN and ESO Innovations Partnership Scheme IPS Key points focus STFC technology or expertise must be integral to the project Other comments Guidance notes available on STFC website and here Applications Procedure Applications must come through the Je S system If the project partner is directly applying for funding they must also apply through Je S If you have not used Je S before you will need to register It can take several weeks to complete the registration process and you are advised to begin this process eight weeks before the proposal deadline In addition to a completed proforma further documentation must be uploaded as separate pdf documents including Six page

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  • MRC Funding Awards - Various - Isis Innovation
    About Groups People Overview Board Overview Networks Oxford Innovation Society Isis Angels Network Other Networks Isis Innovation in China Jobs Other Languages Contact us Technologies Available Explore Technologies for License Intellectual Property IP for SMEs Material Reagent Sales Easy to use Materials Evaluation Agreement Investment Opportunities Technology investment opportunities Information for Investors Isis Innovation spinouts Oxford Invention Fund University of Oxford Isis Funds Oxford University Consulting Services Academic consulting advice Academic Expertise Showcases Technical Services Technical Services Showcases OUC Clients For University members Contact OUC Innovation Consultancy Technology Transfer Commercialisation Training Technology Transfer Services Technology Commercialisation Innovation Management Case Study Overview Contact us Health Outcomes iOutcomes People Overview Clinical Outcomes Assessments Health Outcome Services FAQs Apply to Use Inspired Works Contact us Incubator News Incubator Services Stages of Development Our Ventures Meet the CEOs Find your CEO match Incubator Team Contact For University Members Consulting Services Support FAQs Register as a consultant Commercialising Your Technology IP patents and licences Starting a company FAQs Isis Startup Incubator Oxford University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Translational Funding University Hot Desks For Medical Sciences Researchers Contact Us News Events Publications News Events Request further information Technology Showcase 2016 Success Stories Publications Annual Reports Innovation Insights Isis newsletters Comment opinion Other publications reports Home For University Members Translational funding MRC Funding Awards Various Share this MRC Funding Awards Various Overview of all the Medical Research Council s translational funding opportunities MRC Funding Type of fund Other sources of translational funding Institute Awarding Body Amount Various Closing date for applications No closing date specified Next Call for Applications See MRC website for details IP Commercialisation obligations The Research Organisation and all engaged in the research must make every reasonable effort to ensure that the intellectual assets obtained in the course of the research are used to

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