IBioIC invites applications to new Funding Calls

//IBioIC invites applications to new Funding Calls

IBioIC invites applications to new Funding Calls

The Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre (IBioIC) inviting applications to its new funding opportunities between industry and academia.

Innovation Fund Project Call  

Scope – Scottish academic/industrial partnerships. Large pieces of innovative R&D work.
Eligibility – Academic/industrial collaboration
Funding amount – Up to £100,000
Closing dates – 03/04/2020

IBioIC Feasibility Programme April 2020 

Scope – Scottish academic- industrial partnerships. Proof of concept projects.
Eligibility – Academic/industrial collaboration
Funding Amount – Up to £15,000
Closing Dates – 03/04/2020

Algae UK Proof of Concept Call 

Scope – UK projects delivering bio-polymers and natural pigments, dyes and inks from algae.
Eligibility – Academic (Industrial collaboration recommended)
Funding amount – Up to £40,000
Closing dates – 28/02/2020

Scale-Up Accelerator 2019 

Scope – Projects must be led by an SME and demonstrate a clear economic, societal or reputational benefit to Scotland.
Eligibility – Industry for use of IBioIC facilities
Funding amount – Up to £12,500
Closing dates – Ongoing

Zero Waste Scotland – Bioeconomy Opportunities for Fish By-products and Mortalities 

Scope – Projects led by an SME supported by Scotland’s academic talent or SMEs alone to progress innovative projects themselves.
Eligibility – SME can include Academia
Funding amount – £50,000 – £1 Million
Closing dates – 24/04/2020

For joint industrial/academic collaborations, funding is available to support costs incurred by academic partners to be matched by cash/in-kind contributions from industry.

Project proposals aligning to Scotland’s National Plan for Industrial Biotechnology are welcomed from companies demonstrating a strong presence in Scotland.

For more information, visit the funding opportunities at the IBioIC or contact projects@ibioic.com.

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