Funding

Funding Opportunities

Thanks to BBSRC funding, CCnet has been awarded a number of flexible funding opportunities over the lifetime of the Network.

 

 

Business Interaction Vouchers (BIV) – Opening Soon

BBSRC NIBB Business Interaction Vouchers (up to £10K, 100% costed) will be used to encourage and support collaboration between academic partners and industrial partners within the CCnet framework. They will be awarded to undertake a defined piece of work by the academic partner for the industrial partner. The industrial partner will be expected to at least match the value of the awarded voucher, either through a cash or in-kind contribution.

 

BIV Current Funding

We will soon announce the call for our BIVs

 

How to apply:

To apply for a BIV, please read the BIV Operational Guidelines (below) and fill in the BIV application form (below).

Please submit the completed application form to the Network Manager by email: louise.dynes@nottingham.ac.uk

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Proof of Concept (PoC) – Opening Soon

BBSRC NIBB Proof of Concept funding will be used to encourage and support multidisciplinary projects which seek to integrate component parts within the CCnet framework.

Funding of up to £50,000 is available for research, which is at Technology Readiness Levels 1-4. Although an industrial partner is not required for PoC funding, it is encouraged.

Individual PoC projects should last no longer than 12 months.

PoCs are awarded at 80%fEC. The awardee at the academic institution MUST be willing to provide the remaining 20%fEC.

PoC Current Funding

We will soon be announcing the call for our PoCs

 

How to apply:

To apply for a PoC, please read the PoC Operational Guidelines (below) and fill in the PoC Application Form (below).

Please submit the completed application form to the Network Manager by email: louise.dynes@nottingham.ac.uk

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Undergraduate Summer Studentships

CCnet has funds available for summer studentships to fund undergraduate students who wish to gain experience in the field of Carbon ReCycling. The application should be made by the supervisor. The student may not be in the final year of his/her undergraduate degree course. The funding will support the living expenses of the student (£200 per week, for up to 10 weeks fEC) and a budget for consumables (maximum £500 fEC).

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