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AWRC Wellbeing Accelerator

The AWRC Wellbeing Accelerator is a rolling programme running from April 2020 – March 2021 that will support startups, academics and businesses working in wellbeing with mentoring, sector expertise and use of the AWRC facilities. The programme does not take equity and is funded by Research England.

Based in Sheffield Hallam University’s new Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre, participants will have access to world-class R&D capabilities that allow for rapid prototyping through to precision engineering, laboratories for product testing, support networks and a clinical research centre.

The programme will continue despite the Covid-19 pandemic, with a virtual programme launching in April. After the Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, the programme will also run events, networking and a wellbeing conference. The programme is important now, with many themes around wellbeing becoming central to people’s lives as they adapt their lifestyles to the social restrictions from Covid-19.

For more information see: https://www.shu.ac.uk/research/specialisms/advanced-wellbeing-research-centre/opportunities-for-industry

Location: SCR

Value: £20,000 of support

Deadline: Rolling, March 2021

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AWRC Wellbeing Accelerator - FCS Associates

AWRC Wellbeing Accelerator

The AWRC Wellbeing Accelerator is a rolling programme running from April 2020 – March 2021 that will support startups, academics and businesses working in wellbeing with mentoring, sector expertise and use of the AWRC facilities. The programme does not take equity and is funded by Research England.

Based in Sheffield Hallam University’s new Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre, participants will have access to world-class R&D capabilities that allow for rapid prototyping through to precision engineering, laboratories for product testing, support networks and a clinical research centre.

The programme will continue despite the Covid-19 pandemic, with a virtual programme launching in April. After the Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, the programme will also run events, networking and a wellbeing conference. The programme is important now, with many themes around wellbeing becoming central to people’s lives as they adapt their lifestyles to the social restrictions from Covid-19.

For more information see: https://www.shu.ac.uk/research/specialisms/advanced-wellbeing-research-centre/opportunities-for-industry

Location: SCR

Value: £20,000 of support

Deadline: Rolling, March 2021

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants
AWRC Wellbeing Accelerator - FCS Associates

AWRC Wellbeing Accelerator

The AWRC Wellbeing Accelerator is a rolling programme running from April 2020 – March 2021 that will support startups, academics and businesses working in wellbeing with mentoring, sector expertise and use of the AWRC facilities. The programme does not take equity and is funded by Research England.

Based in Sheffield Hallam University’s new Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre, participants will have access to world-class R&D capabilities that allow for rapid prototyping through to precision engineering, laboratories for product testing, support networks and a clinical research centre.

The programme will continue despite the Covid-19 pandemic, with a virtual programme launching in April. After the Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, the programme will also run events, networking and a wellbeing conference. The programme is important now, with many themes around wellbeing becoming central to people’s lives as they adapt their lifestyles to the social restrictions from Covid-19.

For more information see: https://www.shu.ac.uk/research/specialisms/advanced-wellbeing-research-centre/opportunities-for-industry

Location: SCR

Value: £20,000 of support

Deadline: Rolling, March 2021

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants