Gravity Challenge is a global technology innovation program for corporates, entrepreneurs and universities to design and build solutions to real industrial, social and environmental problems using space enabled technology and capability.
Now in it’s third year, Gravity fosters a community of over 300 space tech innovators, 28 corporate challengers, 19 sponsors and 6 data and technology providers, with one shared goal - connecting world changing problems with the people who can solve them, to create economic growth and jobs.
SEDS and SUN have now launched SpaceProjects.uk - a new scheme that matches students with companies in the space industry for the individual project they do as a part of their degree, to provide space experience before they graduate.
Opportunity for UK registered organisations to apply for a share of up to £25 million from Innovate UK to deliver game-changing and commercially viable R&D innovation that can significantly impact the UK economy.
ESA are looking for applications for funding for projects that shall focus on the design, development and demonstration of the downstream services and of the related space technologies and products, addressing the involved stakeholders’ priorities in the maritime sector.
ESA Business Applications' Call for proposals (Direct Negotiation) is always open. Businesses from any sector can apply throughout the year, and the amount of funding may vary according to the project. The goal of this activity is for the business to develop a new commercial service that utilises one or more space asset (e.g. Satellite Navigation, Satellite Telecommunication, Earth Observation, Space Weather, Space Technologies).
The first step in order to apply is to tell us more about your idea and how you plan to implement it in the Activity Pitch Questionnaire (APQ) and send it to email@example.com. We will provide you feedback and direct you to the relevant documentation to continue the application.
For further questions you can visit our FAQ page or contact directly your regional Ambassador.
SPRINT (Space Research and Innovation Network for Technology) is a space sector high-growth programme for SMEs to:
How can you benefit?
The SPRINT programme enables small businesses to access funded support for collaborative projects up to £150,000 and benefit from the expertise, data and technology from five of the UK’s top space universities.