The purpose of the Bristol Centre for Agricultural Innovation (BCAI) is to support all aspects of agricultural science based within the University of Bristol, through research, innovation, application and promotion.
The Bristol Centre for Agricultural Innovation fund is generously supported by funding from the Lady Emily Smyth Trust, established in the University of Bristol in 2003. To continue the legacy of Lady Emily Smyth the Bristol Centre for Agricultural Innovation will be at the cutting edge of agricultural research. The intention is to provide financial assistance to University of Bristol academic and research staff to promote and support all aspects of agricultural research, but with particular reference to fruit and vegetables. The fund can offer grants, usually of up to £10,000 in the following areas:
Most awards are between £1,000-10,000. Larger awards will be considered in exceptional cases.
To apply for funding please visit our funding page.