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UK-Canada AI safety researcher exchange programme

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Competition for AI safety researchers in the UK or Canada to receive funding for logistical costs for a temporary exchange in the other country.

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Biomanufacturing Fund (BMF): Phase 2 (closed to applications)

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This fund is to support commercial-scale vaccines and biotherapeutics manufacturing projects that will improve the UK’s health resilience for future pandemics.

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Biomanufacturing Fund (BMF): Phase 2 closed to applications.

Life Sciences Innovative Manufacturing Fund (LSIMF): Phase 2 (closed to applications)

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This fund is to support businesses investing in life sciences manufacturing projects in the UK.

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Life Sciences Innovative Manufacturing Fund (LSIMF): Phase 2 closed to applications.

Department for Science, Innovation and Technology Areas of Research Interest

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The areas of research interest (ARI) document gives details about the main research questions facing the department.

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DSIT Areas of Research Interest 2024 HTML published.

UK and France to deepen research and AI links following Horizon association

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New funding to boost research collaboration and a new partnership to further global AI safety are part of measures announced by the UK and France.

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New report outlines how pro-innovation regulation could unleash quantum’s potential for UK economy

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New report by the Regulatory Horizons Council sets out a pro-innovation approach to regulating quantum technologies, setting the stage for safe and effective advancement while cementing the UK’s position as a global leader in the technology.

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Regulatory Horizons Council: Regulating Quantum Technology Applications

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An independent report to government from the Regulatory Horizons Council about the regulation of quantum technology applications.

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Regulating Quantum Technology Applications report: letter from DSIT Minister to RHC Chair, February 2024

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The Minister for Science, Research and Innovation welcomes the Regulatory Horizons Council’s report on Regulating Quantum Technology Applications.

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