National Challenge Fund applicant webinar - March

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National Challenge Fund applicant webinar - March

Meet the National Challenge Fund team and have your questions answered about funding

By Science Foundation Ireland

When and where

Date and time

Starts on Thu, 30 Mar 2023 06:00 PDT



About this event

  • 1 hour
  • Mobile eTicket

The National Challenge Fund has two calls open until May 26th - the Future Food Systems Challenge and the Sustainable Communities Challenge.

How can you apply for funding your ideas for the Green Transition and Digital Transformation? Hear from the National Challenge Fund team and ask your questions online in a webinar on March 30th. An alternative date is available on May 4th.

The National Challenge Fund is a €65M research fund that provides researchers with the chance to make a difference by developing solutions to key challenges in the areas of Green Transition and Digital Transformation. For full details on all calls and latest updates from the National Challenge Fund, see our website:

The National Challenge Fund was established under the Government’s National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP), funded by the EU’s Recovery and Resilience Facility. The fund is coordinated and administered by Science Foundation Ireland.

About the organiser

Science Foundation Ireland is the national foundation for investment in research in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) which promotes and assists the development and competitiveness of industry, enterprise and employment in Ireland. The Foundation also promotes and supports STEM education and engagement, and creates awareness and understanding of the value of STEM to society and to the growth of the economy. See

Science Foundation Ireland's #BelieveInScience campaign aims to promote the potential that science and discovery offer Ireland, today and in tomorrow’s world. The #BelieveInScience campaign will see Science Foundation Ireland work in partnership with the Irish research community to share a mutual passion for science with the public; to promote an understanding of the ability of STEM to create positive change in the world and to drive a sustainable economy in Ireland.