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NIHR i4i Product Development Awards Call 14
On April 26th 2017, NIHR launched the 14th call of its i4i Product Development Awards.
i4i (Invention for Innovation) is a translational funding scheme which advances healthcare technologies, devices and interventions for increased patient benefit in areas of existing or emerging clinical need. The scheme funds collaborative R&D projects in medtech SMEs, universities and the NHS that demonstrate proof-of-principle and have a clear pathway towards adoption and commercialisation.
To apply for the Product Development Award, the following requirements must be met:
- Any R&D activities must be within scope.
- A minimum of two organisations must be involved from either NHS Trusts, HEI or SME.
- Lead applicants must be based in England.
- Work packages must not include animal studies.
- Projects must have progressed beyond basic research and have demonstrated proof-of-concept.
Details of the call can be found below:
Stage 1 Launch 26 April 2017
Stage 1 Deadline 7 June 2017
Stage 2 Launch 2 August 2017
Stage 2 Deadline 27 September 2017
Panel Meetings w/c 27 November 2017
More information about the i4i Programme and the Product Development Award can also be found here.
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