Markerless motion capture technology could help skeleton athletes' training
Researchers funded by EPSRC and AHRC at the University of Bath, have been working with GB skeleton athletes to develop a new type of motion capture technology that can accurately track the performance of the athlete during push start phase of performance.
EPSRC-JSPS Core-to-Core Collaboration in Advanced Functional Materials
EPSRC, on behalf of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Research Councils, is seeking Expressions of Interest for participation in the Japanese Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) Core-to-Core programme.
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ISCF Manufacturing Made Smarter Research Centres
On behalf of UKRI, EPSRC are offering funding for up to 4-5 Centres with total funding available of up to £20 million. Expressions of interest are requested for delivering cross-cutting research in the area of Digital Manufacturing.
This article relates to the following themes Digital economyEngineeringICTManufacturing the futureMathematical sciencesPhysical Sciences
Statements of Need for National Research Facilities
This is the seventh call for Statements of Need for new and existing National Research Facilities that will support excellent engineering and physical sciences research. These facilities provide leading edge capabilities and technique development at a national level and/or access to European research facilities.
This article relates to the following themes EnergyEngineeringHealthcare technologiesICTManufacturing the futurePhysical SciencesResearch Infrastructure
The Digital Economy Theme, led by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), in close collaboration with the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and Innovate UK, is investing up to £5 million (at 80% FEC) of EPSRC funding to support around six sociotechnical, interdisciplinary, co-created, novel research projects that explore user-focused, transformational digital technologies and services to achieve a Sustainable Digital Society. The Digital Economy Theme welcomes multi-disciplinary research that spans the whole of the remit of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), however, the research must be at least 50% within EPSRC's remit to qualify for funding.
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COP26 Fellows to build scientific evidence into climate negotiations
Four researchers have been awarded fellowships to support international climate negotiations ahead of the 26th Conference of the Parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26) through the provision and interpretation of scientific evidence.
South Wales Semiconductor Cluster Sets Sights on Global Role
Vision and commitment, fresh investment, world-beating science – these key ingredients are enabling CSconnected, the world’s first compound semiconductor (CS) ‘cluster’, to take root and thrive in South Wales.
This article relates to the following themes Manufacturing the future