Registration open for Industry Impact Fund briefing events

Round two of The Industry Impact Fund is seeking applicants with interests in four areas – Energy, Net zero, Security and Defence, and Health.

These themes are to support ongoing government priorities in the UK Science and Technology Framework and link to the overarching UK Research and Innovation strategic themes.

The Industry Impact Fund (I2F) is designed to support UK industry through access to Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) facilities and scientific expertise. The STFC operates the UK national facilities offering X-rays, neutrons and lasers alongside high performance computing, enabling the private sector to utilise the expertise and specialist technology to generate industrial and societal impact.

A number of briefing events will be held in-person across the UK, including at the Wellcome Collection, London on Thursday 22nd February.

For more information on applications and events please click here.

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