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UKRI announces new investment for international collaborations

UK and international researchers are being supported to tackle health challenges today and develop the technologies of tomorrow with new partnership programmes.

Research scientists

Disease prevention, sustainable aquaculture and capacity strengthening for early career researchers are among the areas that will be addressed.

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) is investing a total of £42 million of Official Development Assistance (ODA) through the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology International Science Partnerships Fund (ISPF) across three new programmes.

The programmes, two of which are being launched in conjunction with like-minded international funders, include a focus on UKRI strategic themes, such as building resilient infrastructure and tackling infections. They will create opportunities for experts in low and middle-income countries and the UK to collaborate, share knowledge and ideas and, in doing so, will strengthen the global research and innovation system.


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