The Alan Turing Institute has secured £10 million new funding from EPSRC, on behalf of UKRI

Tuesday 08 Jun 2021

I am delighted to report that The Alan Turing Institute has secured £10 million new funding from EPSRC (The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council), on behalf of UKRI (UK Research and Innovation), for the period of 2021/22.

This funding will kickstart strategic investment in a number of activities which support the UK’s wider AI ecosystem and enable us to scale up our ambitions as a national institute. The funding has been awarded as part of a shared vision for growth and investment with EPSRC and our partners. It comes at a time when the Institute is seeking a more sustainable funding model which will help it to determine its long-term organisational vision and strategy, six years since its inception and following a period of considerable growth.

We are grateful to the EPSRC and UKRI for this investment. For more information on our funding model, visit

Adrian Smith, Institute Director 

Institute Director, Adrian Smith