Productive and sustainable crop and ruminant agricultural system

Published: 06 August 2018 by KTN
UK Research and Innovation, through the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, will invest up to £20 million in innovation projects. These must improve productivity and sustainability by developing enhanced decisions support, precision agriculture technology solutions and systems for crop and ruminant agriculture. Projects can include: combining digital technologies and engineering solutions with biological, environmental and/or social science developing technologies and solutions that connect farms and supply chains transferring technology from another sector into agriculture, providing this requires innovation We will fund 2 types of projects: productivity solutions to a single challenge supply chain solutions involving multiple interventions Projects must be business-led. Projects with total costs of: under £100,000 can be single or collaborative but must be led by an SME £100,000 or more must be collaborative and involve an SME If your project’s total costs or duration fall outside our eligibility criteria, contact us at least 10 days beforethe competition closes.
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