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Life sciences boom at Harwell Campus

In just five years, the HealthTec Cluster at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus has tripled in size, creating more than 700 new jobs. The network of life sciences-focused businesses, academia and national research infrastructure (STFC), led by a dedicated Science and Technology Facilities (STFC) team launched with 19 organisations in 2016.

Life sciences boom at Harwell Campus
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Exploring how air pollution in indoor spaces affects human health

Three new research projects will investigate how air pollutants in indoor spaces can adversely affect the health of the people inhabiting them. Indoor spaces being investigated include: homes schools workplaces.

Exploring how air pollution in indoor spaces affects human health
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Intelligent road repairs among eight new Prosperity Partnerships

Intelligent road repairs are among the revolutionary technologies being developed through eight new projects announced today. The business-led Prosperity Partnerships are announced today in support of the government’s ambitious new Innovation Strategy.

Intelligent road repairs among eight new Prosperity Partnerships
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Flood water monitoring via mobile phones saving lives

A project funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is providing real-time information on flooding in Mexico, using remote water sensing over cellular phone systems.

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Changing the face of therapeutic imaging and antibiotics

To celebrate International Women in Engineering day on 23 June 2021, we’ve put the spotlight on the work of Professor Eleanor Stride at the University of Oxford.

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Understanding and eliminating corrosion

bp and The University of Manchester are leading a project to better understand and eliminate corrosion, supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council’s (EPSRC) Prosperity Partnership programme.

This article relates to the following themes Engineering Manufacturing the future
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Changing the world with ideas

Supported by an Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Impact Acceleration Account, this startup accelerator is helping students and staff at the University of Southampton change the world with their ideas.

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New approaches to data science

A team of EPSRC-funded mathematicians, statisticians and computer scientists are driving the development and application of topological data analysis to improve existing data science techniques and solve real-world problems.

This article relates to the following themes Mathematical sciences
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Framing STEM Gender Equality Initiatives

Dr Lynn Farrell at QUB discusses how to increase support for Gender Equality Initiatives (GEIs).

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Strathclyde strides ahead in innovative medicines manufacturing

Long before COVID-19 exploded across the globe, the world of pharmaceuticals was transforming. Medicines’ journey from bench to bedside had to change in response to new pressures and possibilities on the one hand, an ageing population, rising healthcare costs and the increasing importance of environmental sustainability; on the other, exciting opportunities are being developed in western Scotland in personalised medicines and patient-centric healthcare.

This article relates to the following themes Healthcare technologies Manufacturing the future
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