Public Engagement funding schemes
We offer up to £10 million per year to support projects that investigate biomedical science and its social contexts. Projects can consider the social, cultural, ethical and historical issues related to biomedical science.
From August 2016 there will not be any Engaging Science funding schemes open for new applications as we’re taking a pause in our current funding cycle to review the way we fund public engagement projects. There are
more details on our blog.
For more information, please
read our questions and answers.
Funds research exploring the impacts of informal STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) experiences.
Support imaginative and experimental arts projects that create new artworks to investigate health and wellbeing.
People Awards and Society Awards
Support projects that enable the public to explore health and wellbeing by catalysing conversations about the connections between research and society.
For large-scale projects that engage the public with science or make the history of medicine relevant to contemporary audiences.
The Hub Award
Project funding and a stimulating space for researchers and other creative minds.