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Design Foundations: Repairability Competition

Gemma Colley

Design Foundations: Repairability Competition

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The focus of this competition is repairability, or Design for Repair, which is a design philosophy that aims to make products and services more easily repairable.

IUK has allocated up to £2 million to fund innovation projects in this competition. Each project’s total costs must be between £40,000 and £80,000 and they can be 100% funded.

The competition is open to collaborations only. To lead a project an organisation must be a UK registered business of any size, public sector, charity or not for profit organisation.

To collaborate with the lead, an organisation must be a UK registered business of any size, academic institution, charity, not-for-profit, public sector organisation, or research and technology organisation (RTO).

To find out more and how to apply, visit: Competition overview – Design Foundations: Repairability – Innovation Funding Service (

Application deadline: 10th January 2024

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