PRISM

PRISM

Funded by Innovation UK

PRISM is a programme of research and innovation funding to support innovation in the UK Steel and Metals sectors in:

  • Decarbonisation
  • Digital technologies
  • Circular economy

The programme was announced by the UK finance minister in the March 2020 budget and is being delivered by the Materials Processing Institute. The funding was provided through Innovate UK, part of UK Research and Innovation. The programme is funding the following activity at the Materials Processing Institute:

Core Projects

100% grant funded

Developing the technologies of tomorrow, these projects are aimed at accelerating the commercialisation of widely applicable technologies for the sector.

Collaborative Projects

50% grant funded

Multi partner projects, involving collaboration partners across the sector and supply chain, to deliver new technology solutions that will enhance the competitiveness of UK industry.

Private Projects

25% grant funded

Specific, targeted projects for individual companies, or small consortia, that improve productivity, develop new products, or apply new technologies, to meet the aims of the programme.

Please complete and submit this form if you have a project to be considered for funding as part of the PRISM Programme.

Project Details:

Relevance to PRISM:
Type of Project
PRISM Aims Addressed
Innovative Content (Qualifies for R&D Tax Credits)
Your Details:

PRISM-related Tenders

The following PRISM-related tenders are currently being advertised on the 'tenders' page of this website:

  • Process Exhaust Gas Analysis for Pilot Electric Arc Furnace
  • 6 Tonne Ingot Moulds
  • Data Modelling Server

Go to Tenders

If you are active in the steel and metals sector and supply chain and you would be interested in working with the Materials Processing Institute on a research, or innovation project, then drop us a line at enquiries@mpiuk.com

PRISM is guided by a team of high level industry leaders on our Industrial Advisory Board.  Members of the board represent the following organisations:

Tata Steel, Celsa Steel, Outokumpu Stainless Steel, Sheffield Forgemasters, British Steel, Liberty Steel, UK Metals Council, British Manufacturing Plant Constructors’ Association, Swansea University and the Aluminium Federation

Tata Steel
Celsa Steel
Outokumpu Stainless Steel
Sheffield Forgemasters
British Steel
Liberty Steel
UK Metals Council
British Manufacturing Plant Constructors’ Association
Swansea University
The Aluminium Federation