The Research Councils UK Digital Economy Progamme allocates funding only through calls for proposals and other managed activities. We do not have a specific route for responsive mode proposals.
Digital Economy Calls for Proposals are advertised on the EPSRC website here.
Social Computing/Interactions Fellowship
The RCUK Digital Economy Theme will accept Fellowship applications in the area of Social Computing/Interactions from Early Career researchers.
More details are available at:
Research Councils UK Funding Opportunities
For information on other RCUK funding, please visit the funding pages of the individual councils.
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