Cape Higher Education Consortium (CHEC) - Western Cape Government (WCG) Partnership
Innovation grant: water security submissions
The purpose of this grant is to encourage university researchers, in partnership with WCG policy-makers, to consider new approaches, methodologies and interventions for addressing the seemingly intractable challenge of ensuring water security and the need to plan for and support sustainable and inclusive development. University researchers are invited to submit proposals for innovative work in areas related to the challenges associated with water security.
National Research Foundation funding is managed and administered through the Research Office. Application for funding from NRF programmes must be in response to a call. Consult the Current Funding Opportunities page for updated calls and UCT internal deadlines. Click on NRF investment areas (on the right) to see a list of funding instruments within each area.
The PRF is dedicated to the furtherance of the discipline of virology, one of the major causes of disease in this country, by promoting virological research and helping build capacity in this speciality.
Technology and Human Resource for Industry Programme (THRIP)
THRIP is a flagship research and development programme of the Department for Trade and Industry and the NRF. Its mission is to leverage collaborative partnerships on a cost-sharing basis, for research in science, engineering and technology, in order to provide technology solutions towards a competitive industry and to produce a flow of highly skilled researchers and technology managers for industry.
This information was last updated May 2016. It serves as a rough guide for research funding opportunities. Please check funder websites for additional details.
The UCT Research Support Hub is a virtual platform for UCT's researchers offering information about research administration. The information is curated from all research-related sources, by and for researchers.