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  • EPSRC Peer Review Meeting Questionnaire

    This short survey is designed to obtain your views on the EPSRC Peer Review Panel Meeting process and should take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Your feedback helps us to monitor and improve our processes. Please only submit one set of responses. Thank you for your time. EPSRC complies with the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (EU) GDPR. We process and handle personal information according to this regulation. EPSRC staff may review your feedback and use it to understand... More
    Closes 5 October 2033
  • Notification of exemption applied to a longform publication and trade books not published open access

    The UKRI Open Access policy applies to monographs, book chapters or edited collections published on or after 1st January 2024. This is the online form where authors or their organisations can notify UKRI when: an exemption has been applied to a longform publication that is in scope of our open access policy for longform publications a trade book acknowledging UKRI funding is not published open access Exemptions There is no requirement to seek UKRI’s... More
    Closes 31 December 2030
  • Register monographs, book chapters and edited collections for UKRI open access funding (Stage 1)

    This is the Stage 1 form for UKRI's open access fund for long-form publications. UK-based research organisations can use this form to register eligible monographs, book chapters and edited collections, where there is an intention to claim open access funding. This fund has a two-stage application process. At Stage 1, UKRI will consider your application and provide confirmation if the publication(s) registered will be eligible for funding, subject to meeting eligibility requirements on... More
    Closes 28 November 2030
  • EPSRC Remit Query

    This survey will be used to collect remit queries and be part of the processing needed to decide if their proposed research ultimately falls under EPSRC's remit or another research council under UKRI. EPSRC complies with the General Data Protection Regulations (2016/679 (EU) GDPR). We process and handle personal information according to these regulations. The personal information that you provide on this form will only be used for the processing of your application. The information will... More
    Closes 29 September 2030
  • Defra Farming Innovation Programme project midpoint survey - Collaborator

    indicators covering the economic, societal and environmental ways your project will impact the agricultural sector. We will measure the impact that your project will have in driving towards the overall objectives of the Farming Innovation Programme and provide evidence on the positive impact of your project. As with your baseline survey, these figures are intended to give an indication of impact and will not affect your grant in any way. Given the breadth of the investments being... More
    Closes 31 March 2029
  • Defra Farming Innovation Programme project end survey - Collaborator

    Defra and the UKRI Transforming Food Production (TFP) team have developed a defined set of indicators covering the economic, societal and environmental ways your project has and will continue to have impact. We collect these indicators to demonstrate the impact of your work, and to provide evidence on the benefits that investment in agritech R&D delivers in return for the taxpayer's investment. It is separate to the Innovate UK closeout survey, and focuses exclusively on the Farming... More
    Closes 31 March 2029
  • Defra Farming Innovation Programme project baseline survey - Collaborator

    Defra and the UKRI Transforming Food Production (TFP) team have developed a defined set of indicators covering the economic, societal and environmental ways your project will impact the agricultural sector. We will measure the impact that your project will have in driving towards the overall objectives of the Farming Innovation Programme and provide evidence on the positive impact of your project. This is a baseline survey to measure where you are at the beginning of your project and is... More
    Closes 31 March 2029
  • Defra Farming Innovation Programme project end survey - Lead

    Defra and the UKRI Transforming Food Production (TFP) team have developed a defined set of indicators covering the economic, societal and environmental ways your project has and will continue to have impact. We collect these indicators to demonstrate the impact of your work, and to provide evidence on the benefits that investment in agritech R&D delivers in return for the taxpayer's investment. It is separate to the Innovate UK closeout survey, and focuses exclusively on the Farming... More
    Closes 31 March 2029
  • Defra Farming Innovation Programme project midpoint survey - Lead

    Defra and the UKRI Transforming Food Production (TFP) team have developed a defined set of indicators covering the economic, societal and environmental ways your project will impact the agricultural sector. We will measure the impact that your project will have in driving towards the overall objectives of the Farming Innovation Programme and provide evidence on the positive impact of your project. As with your baseline survey, these figures are intended to give an indication of... More
    Closes 31 March 2029
  • Defra Farming Innovation Programme project baseline survey - Lead

    Defra and the UKRI Transforming Food Production (TFP) team have developed a defined set of indicators covering the economic, societal and environmental ways your project will impact the agricultural sector. We will measure the impact that your project will have in driving towards the overall objectives of the Farming Innovation Programme and provide evidence on the positive impact of your project. This is a baseline survey to measure where you are at the beginning of your project and is... More
    Closes 31 March 2029
  • Responsible Quantum Industry Forum Expression of Interest

    Quantum technologies, including computing, communications, and sensing, have the potential for transformative impacts. As these technologies become more widely adopted in the UK and beyond, it is critical that they are developed and used responsibly, as emphasised by the strong focus in the UK’s National Quantum Strategy to responsible innovation, ethical use, and societal good. While many organisations are keen to put responsible quantum into action, it may be challenging to know where to... More
    Closes 14 December 2028
  • EPSRC International - Expression of Interest Form

    EPSRC complies with the General Data Protection Regulations 2016/679 (EU) (GDPR). We process and handle personal information according to these regulations. The personal information that you provide on this form will only be used for the processing of your application. The information will be viewed by EPSRC staff and those who are part of the decision making process. Your information will not be used/shared for any other purpose without your specific consent. EPSRC reserves the right to... More
    Closes 30 November 2026
  • Hartree National Centre for Digital Innovation

    Who are we? Hartree Centre generates economic and societal impact for the UK through digital​ technologies​. Enabling UK businesses and the public sector to explore and adopt innovative new digital technologies including AI and quantum computing for productivity, innovation and economic growth. What is HNCDI? The Hartree National Centre for Digital Innovation is a collaborative programme with IBM which will enable businesses... More
    Closes 30 June 2026
  • ADR UK Researcher Training Recommendations

    We invite you to contribute to our survey on training recommendations for administrative data researchers. Your recommendations will help us compile a curated list of high-value and accessible training programs and workshops. Please take a few minutes to provide details about any training sessions or workshops you have participated in that are available externally beyond your institution. More
    Closes 31 March 2026
  • JSS Service Rating Quick Poll

    Please answer the brief one question poll. More
    Closes 31 December 2025
  • ESRC Peer Review College - Self Nomination

    Expert review plays a vital role in ensuring that the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) supports the highest quality research across our portfolio remit. It provides a fundamental contribution to our application assessment process; the expert knowledge provided through this process allows our panels to make appropriate, considered funding decisions. ESRC's Peer Review College members are our preferred source of expert reviewers, as they have undertaken appropriate training and... More
    Closes 30 September 2025
  • NERC Council Skills Matrix

    The NERC Council Skills Matrix is used in succession planning. Please indicate your level of expertise using the following criteria: 1 No obvious experience 2 Familiarity but no direct experience 3 Significant personal experience 4 Great subject matter expertise More
    Closes 22 March 2025
  • ESRC Ideas for potential future social science data infrastructures

    1. Summary ESRC is seeking ideas from the research and innovation community for major future social science data infrastructures which have the potential to be developed into an ESRC application to the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Infrastructure Fund (see below). Proposed ideas should, with development, be capable of leading to future large-scale initiatives that would provide a transformational change in capability for social science data infrastructure and enable... More
    Closes 27 February 2025
  • Maths external visits/advisory boards

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    Closes 10 February 2025
  • Future Technology Research and Innovation visa scheme - register business interest

    The Future Technology Research and Innovation (FTRI) Government Authorised Exchange (GAE) scheme is a new visa scheme that enables UK businesses to sponsor international researchers and research interns to carry out short-term work, research, or training placements in the UK. To be eligible to sponsor researchers through this scheme the business must be undertaking research and/or innovation in one of the critical technologies specified in the UK’s Science &... More
    Closes 20 December 2024
  • Global Talent visa - Nominate a funder for endorsement 2024

    The Global Talent visa is an immigration route provided by the UK Government to give a fast and efficient visa offer to those working in science and research. UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) is an endorsing body for the Global Talent visa. As an endorsing body, UKRI can recognise other funding organisations as endorsed funders. We are looking for nominations of research & innovation funders in the UK, as well as international research & innovation funders that... More
    Closes 20 December 2024
  • Global Talent visa - Nominate a host organisation 2024

    The Global Talent visa is an immigration route provided by the UK Government to give a fast and efficient visa offer to those working in science and research. UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) is an endorsing body for the Global Talent visa. As an endorsing body, UKRI maintains a list of UK research organisations that are able to host researchers through the endorsed funder route. We are looking for nominations of additional research organisations in the UK. You can see the current... More
    Closes 20 December 2024
  • Contribute evidence to the next Global Mobility Evidence Report

    The global mobility evidence report is based on the key findings of collated sources of evidence on the international mobility of researchers, especially in relation to their entry to the UK. UKRI e ngage d with upwards of 40 organisations across government and the R &D sector to develop this report, centralis ing a wide range of existing evidence on international mobility . This ... More
    Closes 20 December 2024
  • Annual Benefit Statements 2024

    JSS are interested in your feedback regarding your Annual Benefit Statement for 2024. Please use this survey to provide feedback. Please note that JSS do not provide an on-line portal to access your statement or pension details. We do not intend creating one but the new National Pension Dashboard may provide this in the future. More
    Closes 30 September 2024
  • EPSRC Programme Grant Pre-Outline Form

    Programme grants provide flexible funding to world-leading research groups addressing significant major research challenges. Funding should bring together the expertise of a team of internationally recognised scientists or engineers to focus on one strategic research theme. EPSRC sees programme grants as critical mass investments, which cover a diverse engineering and physical sciences portfolio. They benefit UK research through the concentration of high-performing talent. We... More
    Closes 27 September 2024
  • JSS Service Feedback

    JSS are interested in your opinion of the service you have received. If you would like to give feedback please complete our quick feedback form More
    Closes 1 August 2024
  • Collecting feedback for EPSRC training for the Funding Service

    To collect feedback for the new training modules centered around the Funding Service, as supported by the Business Improvement Team (BIT). More
    Closes 14 July 2024
  • REF 2029 Open Access Consultation

    The four UK higher education funding bodies are opening a consultation concerning the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2029 Open Access Policy. The purpose of the REF 2029 Open Access Policy is to outline open access requirements for the exercise. The proposed policy aims to embed progress in the sector for open access submission for journal publications. It also introduces an open access requirement for longform publications. This consultation outlines the... More
    Closes 17 June 2024
  • NQCC's Quantum Hackathon 2024: Application form

    Welcome to the NQCC’s third UK Quantum Hackathon! Please register your interest in participating in the hackathon through this form. The hackathon will be held at the University of Warwick from 22 to 24 July 2024. Successful applicants will receive food and accommodation during the hackathon, and travel bursaries will also be available for travel within the UK. This form is for individual applicants; you will be allocated a team closer to the hackathon. If your application... More
    Closes 31 May 2024
  • Frontier Challenges Public Survey

    Frontier Challenges is about articulating ambitious fundamental research directions over the next decade and beyond for the physical sciences, and we need your help in identifying these. Your voice matters. Our outputs are only credible if we build on the diversity of input from the collective physical sciences community. By having rich input on probable directions, we will be able to draw together frontier challenges that resonate and catalyse community action. This includes providing... More
    Closes 24 May 2024
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