The UK Space Agency will award grants to successful industrial and academic partners to run projects tackling real-world problems in a developing country.
The UK Space Agency’s International Partnerships Programme (IPP) is a £150M multi-year programme which will use space knowledge, expertise and capability to provide a sustainable, economic or societal benefit to undeveloped nations, emerging and developing economies.
On 28 June (9:30am-3:00pm), the Agency is launching the first IPP call for project proposals. Details about the call will be explained at this launch day and released via the UK Space Agency website.
Several speakers will be attending the launch to explain more about the requirements of the programme, information on the type of challenges developing countries face, and how to submit a good proposal.
An event agenda will be circulated to registered guests nearer the time.