Guidance

Research Councils UK (RCUK) India

RCUK India works with Indian funding agencies to deliver co-funded research collaborations between the UK and India.

Documents

Enhancing collaboration between research and industry

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RCUK India Strategy

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RCUK India Timeline

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New Horizons

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Inspiring Change: Impact Highlights of UK-India Partnership

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Water - Energy - Food Nexus Research Area by TERI

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Sustainable Cities and Rapid Urbanisation by Amaltas India

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Public Health and Well - Being by Amaltas India

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Details

Research Councils UK (RCUK) India represents the seven UK Research Councils, and is based at the British High Commission in New Delhi, India.

Research Councils UK (RCUK) is the strategic partnership of the UK’s seven Research Councils. Each year the UK Research Councils invest around £3 billion in research covering the full spectrum of academic disciplines.

RCUK India works with Indian funding agencies to deliver co-funded research collaborations between the UK and India in high priority areas, such as energy research, food security, climate change, the arts and humanities, medical sciences, ICT, manufacturing and social sciences amongst others.

Aims

RCUK India aims to enhance the impact of UK-India research collaborations and works towards a stronger, deeper UK-India research relationship that contributes to key global challenges through high quality research partnerships.

Key facts:

  • The value of UK-India co-funded research activities facilitated by RCUK India has grown from less than £1m to more than £100m since 2008
  • There are over 60 UK-India co-funded collaborative research projects facilitated by RCUK India
  • There are over 90 industry partners involved in these projects

For more information on UK-India research news and funding opportunities visit RCUK India website or email us

Disclaimer:

Please note that while every effort has been made to ensure the information provided is accurate, the views and statements expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of RCUK India and SIN.