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Are you seeking a partner for £16M China-UK Newton Fund ? Register now for webinar 14 Jan

Innovate UK, the Research Councils UK (RCUK) and the Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) for the People's Republic of China are to invest up to £16 million in the China–UK research and innovation bridges competition. This will fund projects which propose new commercial solutions to critical challenges impacting the socio-economic growth and development of China in relation to energy, healthcare, urbanisation and agri-food

The UK investment has been made possible through the Business, Innovation and Skills-managed Newton Fund. The aim of the competition is to bring together companies (small to medium-sized companies and/or larger businesses), research organisations, academics and other collaborators from China and the UK for the joint research and development of new solutions to key socio-economic challenges, in the form of innovative products, processes or services. The principal market a project must consider is China.

 The deadline for stage 1 applications is at noon UK time on 30 March 2016. UK applicants must register by noon on 23 March 2016, one week before the application deadline.

To facilitate the partnership of UK and Chinese organisations, KTN is hosting the following activities:

 

Partnering webinar (14 January 2016, 08:30-10:30)

The webinar will consist of an overview of the call followed by an opportunity for both UK and Chinese participants to pitch their project ideas or technology offerings to help find partners. Find out more here.

 

Brokering visit to China (16 - 24 January 2016)

A visit for UK stakeholders to China during the tentative dates between 16 - 24 January 2016, inclusive of travel time, focusing on the healthcare and urbanisation sectors only. Deadline for applications is 17:00 on Tuesday 15th December. Find out more here.

 

Online partnering tool

Meeting Mojo is an online database which has been created specifically for this competition. It allows all interested applicants, from both UK and China, to register and add a profile. You can then search and contact partners to discuss and determine whether you are a good match to apply as a project team for grant funding. Find out more here.

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