INTRODUCTION

VistaMilk National Funding

There are a variety of national funding streams that VistaMilk researchers can benefit from and use to expand their research portfolio. The VistaMilk External Funding Manager is there to help access these opportunities, and also to provide details and clarifications when needed.

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

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New Foundations

Background: New Foundations is a key driver in progressing our strategic priorities by enabling awardees to pursue research, networking or dissemination activities within and across the diversity of disciplines. The scheme provides support for:

  • Research actions
  • The Development of networks and consortia
  • Conference and workshop development
  • Capacity building for interdisciplinary collaboration

Research theme: the call features an open strand together with seven strands run in partnership with government departments and agencies.

Strands Title Description
Strand 1A Enhancing Civic Society Supporting small, discrete collaborative projects between researchers and civic society groups in the community and voluntary sector
Strand 4 ‘A Better World’ New Foundations Awards Networking awards to form consortia for prospective global north-south research partnerships focused on areas of strategic importance to Ireland’s Policy for International Development
Strand 4b Education for Global Citizenship and Sustainable Development New Foundations Awards Supporting research, networking and collaboration for the purpose of increasing public awareness and understanding of issues such as climate change, hunger, global inequality and injustice.
Strand 8 Department of the Taoiseach Shared Island New Foundations Awards Supporting research, networking and collaboration for the purpose of informing and supporting the implementation and development of the Government’s Shared Island initiative.
Strand 10 Police Community Relations New Foundations Awards Supporting research seeking to bring the needs or experiences of communities to life in a manner that contributes to enhancing police community relations
Strand 11 ‘Volunteering Strategy’ New Foundations Award Supporting research with direct linkages to the new National Volunteering Strategy for Ireland and international best practice.
Strand 12 Climate Change and Biodiversity New Foundations Award These awards will support research, networking and collaboration on themes related to climate change and biodiversity.
Strand 14 Utilising Evidence for Child Protection and Welfare Policy Needs New Foundations Award These awards will support research across a range of topics focused on areas of strategic importance to Tusla Child and Family Agency.

Who can Apply Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff)

Budget & Duration:

Strands Maximum Budget Duration
Strand 1A €12,000 9 months
Strand 4 €10,000 9 months
Strand 4b €10,000 12 months
Strand 8 €20,000 6 or 9 months
Strand 10 €10,000 9 months
Strand 11 €15,000 – €25,000 12 months
Strand 12 €20,000 12 months
Strand 14 €17,500 6 or 9 months

Application Deadline: 16:00 Irish time; 21st June 2022

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SFI-IRC Pathway Programme

Background: support talented postdoctoral researchers from all research disciplines to develop their track-record and establish themselves as independent investigators.

Who can Apply:

§  Lead Applicant – Postdoctoral Researchers (existing contract researchers or post-docs within Teagasc or from other institutions within or outside of Ireland).

§  Mentor for the proposed lead applicant – Permanent Teagasc Researchers

Eligibility criteria: in the call document

Duration: 48 months.

Budget: €425,000 (which include the applicant’s salary, the fees and stipend of the PhD student and costs for materials and consumables, equipment, and travel) 

Application: Complete the application form and Submit application via email to researchcontracts@teagasc.ie including SFI-IRC Pathway Programme in the title of the email.

Internal Submission Deadline: 10:00 Irish time; 30th June 2022 

Information Webinar: View and download the webinar here

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SFI Supplemental Grant for Displaced Researchers – Ukraine

Background: aim of this new supplemental grant scheme to encourage and enable holders of existing SFI grants, and their associated Host Institutions, to provide opportunities for displaced researchers from Ukraine to join and collaborate on existing SFI-funded grants in order to integrate swiftly into the Irish research system, to enable them to maintain continuity in their research career and to bring added benefit to the SFI grant from their expertise.  

Who can Apply: Teagasc Permanent Researchers (PI on active SFI grants)

Supplemental Grant Duration: 3 -12 months

Budget: Eligible costs in the scheme include

1.    Salary related cost for the research staff

·         Existing PhD: €18,500 per annum + contribution of €5,500 towards fees

·         Postdoc salary: SFI scale Level 2A Point 1

·         Research fellow: SFI scale Level 3 Point 1

2.    Materials and consumable costs up to a maximum of €2,000

3.    A contribution of €2,000 towards the purchase of a computer

Application Deadline: Remain open until further notice

How to Apply: Visit call document here

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SFI Discover Programme 2022

Background: to support and develop STEM education and public engagement sector in Ireland by:

  • investing in, developing and extending activity and ability in this area, and
  • exploring and encouraging novel means of engaging the public in STEM

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers 

Budget and Duration:

Category Category 1:

Project Funding

Category 2A & 2B:

Regional or National Initiative Funding

Category 3A & 3B:

Sustaining Regional or National Initiative Funding

Duration 1 year

(must be completed the project within 2023)

2A: 12 months

2B: 24 months

3A: 12 months

3B: 24 months

Budget Up to max of €50,000 Up to max of €300,000 Up to max of €300,000

*Eligibility criteria apply for each category.

Application Deadline: 13:00 Irish time; 21st June

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SFI Industry RD&I Fellowship Programme

Background: aim to support academia-industry interactions in order to address industry-informed challenges. Awards under this programme can be made to academic researchers (at faculty and postdoctoral level) wishing to spend time in industry worldwide through the temporary placement of academic researchers with an industry partner.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Permanent Research Staff (Category applicant)

Postdoctoral Researchers (Category B applicant)

Duration: 1- 12 months (if full time), and 2 – 24 months (if part time)

Budget: max SFI contribution €100,000 in direct cost to support Fellow’s salary and mobility costs only

Under State aid guidelines, the SFI funding rate (aid intensity) can vary from 25% to a maximum of 80% of total eligible project costs depending on the size of the industry partner company and the type of research involved.

The below table summarises the max aid intensity that can be granted by SFI

Industry Partner Company Size:
Category of Research Small company Medium company Large company
Industrial Research with wide dissemination of results 80% 75% 65%
Experimental Development with wide dissemination of results 60% 50% 40%

Application Stage: Full Application submission

Application Deadline: Second deadline – 13:00 Irish time; 19th October 2022

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SFI Frontiers for the Future Programme

Background: larger scale funding for innovative, collaborative and excellent research programmes that have the potential to deliver economic and societal impact.

Who can Apply Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff)

Budget: €500,000 – €1,000,000 (direct costs)

Duration: 4 – 5 years

Application Deadline: Open, Rolling call

Call Document: View and download the call document here

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SFI Research Centres – Spokes

Background: to enable the addition of new industrial and academic partners and projects to a SFI Research Centre, so allowing the Centre to expand and develop in line with new priorities and opportunities.

Who can Apply: Research Centre Director of the SFI Research Centre. 

Duration: Up to 5 years.

Budget: no minimum or maximum project size

Application Deadline: Open, Rolling call

Call Document: View and download the call document here

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EPSRC-SFI Joint Funding of Research

Background: EPSRC and SFI partnership will support research applications that involve collaborative teams led by researchers from the UK and Ireland. This partnership supports joint research and technology development in the areas of chemistry, engineering, information and communications technologies, materials, mathematical sciences and physics.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff)  

Duration: Up to 5 year

Budget: max €500,000 direct costs will apply to the ROI budget

Application Deadline: Open; Rolling call

Application Stages: Expression of Interest (3 months prior to planned submission)

Full Application (within 12 months of the invitation date)

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SFI Strategic Partnerships Programme

Background: to foster and develop partnerships of scale, and support standalone initiatives of scale with strong potential for delivering economic and societal impact to Ireland.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff) 

Duration: Up to 5 years.

Application Deadline: Open, Rolling call

Application Stage: Expression of Interest & Full Application submission on invitation

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Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (Call-5)

Background: Seeking proposals for enterprise-driven research and development challenges that can demonstrate commercial impacts within 3 to 7 years of project completion. DTIF Call 5 is about funding collaborations that demonstrate technology-based disruptive innovation, collaborations that can:

·         Alter markets;

·         Alter the way business operates;

·         Involve new products or the emergence of new business models.

Projects submitted to the DTIF scheme are expected to be in the range of Technology Readiness Levels  3 – 9

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff)

Duration: 3 years

Budget: minimum €1.5 M per project

Consortia: A consortium may consist of enterprises only or enterprises with one or more RPOs. Minimum three independent partners of which (1) Enterprise (2) SME (3) RPO.

·         Out of these partners at least one established manufacturing company and one other enterprise, and must include an SME (the manufacturing company can be an SME or a large enterprise)

Documents: Visit call document here

Application form here

Application Stage: Full Application submission

Application Deadline: 15:00 Irish time, 14th July 2022

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Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation Fund Award

Background: This fund provides researchers with the resources required to develop and refine their technology for market. Guided by a dedicated Commercialisation Specialist, researchers have access to invaluable networks of industry experts & commercial training supports to support them on their company journey.

Budget: Significant funding for researchers to develop, build and validate their technology both technically and commercially using a tailored development plan.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff)   

Criteria: Engage with Teagasc TTO and EI Commercialisation Specialist in advance.

Application Deadline: 15:00 Irish time, 1st July 2022

Application Stage: Full Application submission

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Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation Fund Feasibility Grant

Background: Award is designed to provide researchers with the ability to validate the commercial opportunity for their technology.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff).   

Criteria: Engage with Teagasc TTO and EI Commercialisation Specialist in advance.

Duration: 3 months

Budget: €15,000 

Application Deadline: Open call

Application Stage: Full Application submission

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Enterprise Ireland Innovation Partnership Programme

Background: supports collaborative research projects between Irish higher education institutes and companies. Researchers participating in an Innovation Partnership will benefit from the opportunity to work with companies to solve real technical challenges and new product / service development.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff)

Budget: up to €200,000

Funding – Levels & Criteria: visit call document here

Duration: 6 to 24 months

Application Stage:

  • Phase 1: submit an outline proposal document / apply for an Innovation Partnership feasibility study
  • Phase 2: Full application

Application Deadline: Open deadline every month

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Horizon Europe Coordinator Support Grant

Background: Aim to facilitate the preparatory work leading to a proposal for the coordination of any research project under Horizon Europe. EI Horizon Europe Coordinator-Support covers all fields eligible for funding in Horizon Europe.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff)

Budget: max €12,500 (inclusive VAT)

Funding Criteria: visit call document here

Application Stage: Full application submission

Application Deadline:

–     Horizon Europe application: prior to the commencement of the preparatory work on the proposal and 10 weeks prior to the call closing (submission) date

–     MSCA Proposal: up to 12 weeks prior to the call closing (submission) date

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US-Ireland R&D Partnership Programme

Background: to promote collaborative and innovative research projects, between researchers and research institutions in the three countries; USA, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Funders: NIFA within USDA (USA); DEFRA (Northern Ireland); DAFM (Republic of Ireland)

Research Areas or Program Area Priorities:

Research Areas AFRI Deadlines
Pests and Beneficial Species in Agricultural Production Systems 25/08/2022
Animal Nutrition, Growth and Lactation 11/08/2022
Welfare and Well-Being of Agricultural Animals 11/08/2022
Diseases of Agricultural Animals 11/08/2022
Animal Breeding and Functional Annotation of Genomes 11/08/2022
Mitigating Antimicrobial Resistance Across the Food Chain 01/09/2022
Sustainable Bioeconomy through Biobased Products 01/09/2022
Sustainable Agroecosystems: Health, Functions, Processes and Management 15/09/2022
Biorefining and Biomanufacturing 29/09/2022
Agricultural Microbiomes in Plant Systems and Natural Resources 06/10/2022
Data Science for Food and Agriculture Systems (DSFAS) 20/10/2022
Inter-Disciplinary Engagement in Animal Systems (IDEAS) 06/10/2022

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff)

Duration: Up to 5 years.

Budget: DAFM funding €350,000 per successful project

Application Deadline: 17:00 Irish time, one month in advance of the AFRI deadline.

Application template and guideline: download here

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Ireland – New Zealand Joint Research Mechanism

2022 Joint Call for Research Proposals on strategies, technologies, and novel systems to reduce and account for greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture ruminant, pasture-based production systems

Background: The overall objective of the Joint Research Initiative to enhance bilateral collaborative research between Ireland and New Zealand in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction in pasture-based ruminant production systems.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff)

Funders: DAFM (Ireland) and MPI (New Zealand).

Budget: Total funding for the call €6 M (€3 M from each funder)

Max budget can be requested per project €2 M

Max DAFM grant per project €1 M

Research Areas: Proposals must address one of the three following topics:

  • Topic-1: Rumen microbiology to support the development of ruminant GHG mitigation technologies
  • Topic-2:  Identification and development of technologies for the selection of low emitting ruminant livestock
  • Topic-3: Refinement of agricultural GHG emissions inventories through the development of emission factors for nitrous oxide and carbon.

Eligibility criteria: Visit call document here

Guidelines for Irish Applicants: visit Annex B in the call document here

Application Deadline: 12:00 Irish time; 15th July 2022

Application submission: via DAFM Flexi Grant portal

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2022 Joint FACCE-JPI SusCrop Call on Agrobiodiversity

(Pre-registration deadline has passed)

Background: FACCE-JPI and SusCrop have joined forces to put in place a Call for research projects addressing agrobiodiversity with the purposes of providing practical and policy-relevant knowledge on how agrobiodiversity can improve resilience of agroecosystems, especially those most at risk.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff)

Funders: 19 funding organisations from 17 European countries

Project duration: 36 months

Budget: DAFM and Teagasc are financing Irish participation in transnational projects

Total DAFM budget €1.5M

Total Teagasc budget €288,000 (to hire a Walsh Scholar)

Max funding per project €500,000 (DAFM) & €96,000 (Teagasc)

Research Areas: Proposals must address one of the three following topics:

  1. Agricultural genetic resources – this includes research aiming to broaden the genetic base of crops to improve functional traits fit to sustainable food systems, and to increase tolerances to environmental conditions related to the climate change.
  2. Agricultural practices and farm models – this includes research leading to new agricultural practices, technologies, decision support systems and business models that improve agricultural production and soil quality, creating economic, social, and environmental value through greater diversity of plant species and wider functional and response diversity.
  3. Agrobiodiversity and territorial systems – this includes research leading to an increased agrobiodiversity at landscape level contributing also to the regeneration of low-quality agricultural habitats, to the enhancement of ecological connectivity and to a better understanding of the links between farm diversity and landscape complexity.

Important Dates: Deadline Proposal submission: 12:00 CEST; 22nd June 2022

Online submission system and Call Documents: from here

Guidelines for Irish Applicants: visit DAFM page here. Download the guideline here

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ICT-AGRI-FOOD 2022 Joint Call

Background: The ERA-NET cofund ICT-AGRI-FOOD has launched a 2022 Joint Call on more transparent agri-food systems for consumers and other stakeholders along the food value chain based on ICT technologies.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff)

Funder: 15 EU Member States/Associated Countries (including Ireland) plus Argentina.

Budget: DAFM and Teagasc are financing Irish participation in transnational projects

Total DAFM budget €1M

Total Teagasc budget €288,000 (to hire a Walsh Scholar)

Max funding per project €250,000 (DAFM) & €96,000 (Teagasc)

Research Areas: Proposals must address one of the three following topics:

  • Topic-1: Agri-food systems enabled by interconnected digital technologies that are more transparent to consumers, farmers and other stakeholders along the agri-food value chain
  • Topic-2:  Identify, address and remove barriers for adoption of ICT technologies in the agri-food systems
  • Topic-3: Development and impact estimation (if applicable: evaluation) of data-driven reward and incentive systems to support sustainable and resilient farm management practices.

Application Deadline: 13:00 CEST; 15th August 2022

Online submission system and Call Documents: from here

Guidelines for Irish Applicants: visit DAFM page here. Download the guideline here

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2nd EJP Soil External Call

Background: The European Joint Programme “EJP SOIL – Towards climate-smart sustainable management of agricultural soils” has launched an external call with the objective to foster farm management practices, which contribute to climate change mitigation and adaptation.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff)

Funder: 17 countries worldwide, including Ireland, plus the Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA).

Budget: DAFM is financing Irish participation in transnational projects

Total DAFM budget €1.5M

Max funding per project €500,000

Research Areas: Proposals must address one of the three following topics:

  • Topic-A: Soil restoration practices and management for alleviating land degradation, supporting agro-ecosystem function and maintaining soil organic carbon stocks
  • Topic-B: Managing soils in the context of climate change: understanding impacts on C, N and P cycling and greenhouse gas emissions and removals, using data derived from LTEs and benchmark farms
  • Topic-C: Research and development of innovative methods and sensing technologies to provide an integrated monitoring and mapping of farm management practices taking also into account physical attributes and vegetation characteristics relevant to SOC sequestration, soil health and degradation.

Important Dates:  Deadline Pre-registration of project: 14:00 CEST; 20th June 2022

 Proposal submission: 14:00 CEST; 14th September 2022

Download the call document: from here

Online submission system: available here

Guidelines for Irish Applicants: visit DAFM page here. Download the guideline here

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3rd EJP Soil Internal Call

Background: to fund research projects open to EJP SOIL beneficiaries and linked third parties to fill research and development gaps identified by the “Roadmap for the European Joint Program SOIL” and the annual work program of the EJP SOIL for year three.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent contract)  

Budget: Max €13.5M in total has been allocated for the 3rd Internal call.

Max. €1.75M per project (medium-sized projects).

Call topics:

EJP Soil topic ID Title
CA2 Identifying adaptation options, related to agricultural soil management to respond to water-related impacts of extreme weather and climate change
SE5 Mitigate and adapt to salinization and restore saline soils: understanding the processes and improving cropping systems under current and future climate
SE6 Soil futures: scenario modelling for assessing the potential of climate-smart sustainable soil management to provide ecosystem services
AD3 Soil specific guidelines and decision support tools with focus on soil organic matter, water retention and nutrient use efficiency
POL3 Healthy and safe soils in the agro-ecological transitions towards a circular bioeconomy
CA4/SP3-1 Contribution of soils to climate change mitigation and adaptation, sustainable agricultural production and environment in agrochemical systems
CA4/SP3-2 Fostering the adoption of agroecological systems for climate change mitigation and adaptation and sustainable agricultural production

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EPA Research Event Support Funding

Background: The EPA Research Programme consider applications for the financial support of small workshops, seminars, and other events which showcase current Irish research by the organisers and EPA funded groups.

Criteria:

  • The amount of funding per event will not exceed €3,000.
  • Funding is not provided for large-scale events, conferences, symposiums, festivals etc.
  • Funding is only provided for events with a clear relevance to Irish environmental research priorities and on the condition that the events are run on a not-for-profit basis.
  • The event should target other researchers working in the area and the expected end-users of the research (e.g. local authorities, EPA, government departments, industry, academia, etc).

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (PhD student, Contract and Permanent staff)

Award: max €3,000

Application Deadline: Rolling call with four submission deadlines each year

(31st December; 31st March; 30th June; 30th September).

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ESAI/EPA Grassroots Workshop Support Scheme

Background: to assist early career researchers with the delivery of workshops that fall within the remit of the ESAI and EPA. This scheme is open to postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers who are members of the ESAI and who are conducting research relevant to the EPA remit.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (PhD student and Postdoctoral researchers)

Award: €600

Application details: Visit this page and down load application form from here

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Networking & Marine Research Communication Awards 2022

Background: the Marine Institute encourages applicants to consider eligible supports that do not require travel, including Open Access Publications, media-productions and virtual events (conferences, workshops and training courses).

Award Categories:

1.    Hosting Workshops & Conferences: max €2,000

2.    Research Awards – Event and training opportunities: min €300 & max €1,200

3.    Marine Research Communication: max €2,000 for open access publication and €2,000 for a media production

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (including PhD student and Postdocs)  

Application guideline: download from here

Application deadline: open on a two-monthly rolling basis

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ERA-NET JPIAMR-ACTION Transnational Network Call  2022

Background: Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a serious threat to global health. This call focuses on supporting international collaborative actions within the context of the JPIAMR Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda priority topics of Diagnostics and Surveillance.

  • Diagnostics: to stimulate the design, development, evaluation, and implementation of diagnostic tests for the treatment and prevention of infections, particularly those caused by antimicrobial-resistant organisms.
  • Surveillance: to optimise surveillance systems to understand the drivers and burden of antimicrobial resistance from a One Health perspective.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent and contract staff, Postdocs)

Duration: between 12 to 24 months

Budget: max €50,000 per network

The funding will cover meeting logistics, travel, and accommodation costs for one representative of each network awarded under this call.

Eligibility criteria: visit call document here

Submission Deadline: 13:00 Irish time; 14 June 2022

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Applied Partnership Awards 2022

(Irish Health & Social Care System)

Background: The award requires a joint application encompassing both researchers and knowledge users to develop research projects that address a specific need within the Irish Health or Social Care system. It aims to support applied research projects that advance timely and relevant research and optimise knowledge translation into policy and practice. It should be clear in the proposal how the knowledge user will be integrated throughout the project. The outcome of the research should have a direct impact on decision-making in the knowledge user organisation.

Who can Apply: Teagasc Researchers (Permanent staff)

Duration: between 12 to 24 months

Budget: max €200,000 (inclusive overhead)per award

minimum co-funding commitment of 20% from the knowledge user organisation of the total amount requested from the HRB

Call document: download from here

Application Deadline: Call-1 – deadline passed

Call-2 – 15:00 Irish time; 1st February 2023

Application Stage: Full application submission

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NATIONALLY-FUNDED PROJECTS

Funding Programme Project Institutes involved Researchers involved Project summary
DAFM, STIMULUS AgriDiscrete

The Walton Institute

DAFM, STIMULUS Dairy4beef Teagasc Donagh Berry
DAFM, FIRMPLUS Teagasc Andre Brodkorb Simple method of encapsulation for food
Teagasc, Walsh Scholarship Teagasc, NUIG Orla O’Sullivan Exploring Irish soil as a reservoir for antimicrobial resistance
Teagasc, Walsh Scholarship CounterfactualPBI Teagasc Laurence Shalloo Counterfactual Decision-Making Support for Precision Agriculture
Teagasc, Walsh Scholarship ColostroMilk Teagasc, UCD Tom O’Callaghan, Lorraine Brennan Examination of the factors affecting the composition, quality and vitality of bovine colostrum
Teagasc, Walsh Scholarship Dairy-Beef integration Teagasc, UCD Stephen Butler Accelerating genetic gain and improving beef output from dairy herds
Teagasc, Walsh Scholarship Teagasc Rita Hickey Assessing the Seasonal, Genetic, Nutritional and Environmental parameters required for optimum production of Bovine Milk Oligosaccharides
Teagasc, Walsh Scholarship FutureMilk Teagasc, UCC John Tobin, Alan Kelly Understanding current & future breeding & dietary strategies on the seasonality of Irish milk & their impact on the nutritional, functional & organoleptic properties of Irish dairy products
Teagasc, Walsh Scholarship Teagasc, WIT Norah OShea Development and integration of hygienic and novel processing sensors for detection and monitoring of macro and micro compositional constituents of incoming milk in a dairy plant
Teagasc, Walsh Scholarship Teagasc, UCD Michael Egan Influence of feeding strategy on both short term and long term on milk composition.
Teagasc, Walsh Scholarship Teagasc, UCC Deirdre Hennessy Grassland agronomy practices to increase the persistence of white clover in grazed pasture
Teagasc, Walsh Scholarship BIODAIRY Teagasc Olivia Mcauliffe Biotransformation of underutilised dairy residues to novel food additives and renewable products