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Here is our latest news, insights and funding opportunities that may be of interest to you.

Innovate UK’s Women in Innovation programme empowers pioneering female entrepreneurs to turn their ideas and aspirations into a reality.
Emily Nott examines the progress made towards a more diverse and inclusive system in her new blog.


The Global Business Innovation Programme (GBIP) helps ambitious businesses to collaborate and expand in new markets, offering bespoke support that grows and scales innovative businesses.

Have you had a good role model who helped you in your career? We’re working with FSB to look at how we can better support the next generation of business leaders. Take a minute to tell us about your experiences in our quick survey.

Keep up to date with the latest news and stories about ISCF projects

How do you decarbonise the energy and carbon industries that provide many of the building blocks for the modern world? Join us for our free monthly webinar where an array of industry leading panellists will lead the debate.

A faster, greener technique has been invented to improve the recycling process for electric vehicle batteries by researchers from the Universities of Leicester and Birmingham. Watch our short and compelling YouTube Video

UK Research and Innovation’s Smart Sustainable Plastic Packaging challenge has announced a new £7 million fund. This competition is open to projects solving the sustainability of plastic packaging.

The Future Flight Challenge aims to help the UK deliver the aviation revolution of autonomous and piloted vehicles technology. Watch our YouTube Video to see how aviation is evolving.

UK registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £1.5 million for up to three automated vehicle projects. This competition is open to collaborations only.

UK registered academic institutions, RTOs or Catapults can apply for a share of up to £6 million to fund innovation projects with businesses or not-for-profits.

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