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Driving innovation in the automotive industry

Jaguar Land Rover, the UK's largest automotive manufacturer, is a member of the Business Engagement Forum (BEF) set up by EPSRC.

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news: Media Coverage

Secrets of spider's jump unlocked thanks to cutting-edge facility

Use of EPSRC-supported facility provides researchers with valuable insights into spider, and could inform design of future robots.

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EPSRC Twitter Feed

@EPSRC - 8 hours ago
RT @HDR_UK: NEWS: HDR UK supports PM's ambitions to use #data to transform diagnosis of #disease bit.ly/2KHJkce https://t.co/UfiT…

@EPSRC - 9 hours ago
RT @UKRI_CEO: “The world today stands at the threshold of a new technological age as exciting as any in our past”, the PM was clear on the…

@EPSRC - 11 hours ago
The EPSRC-supported @SCAMPI_Project is researching, developing and evaluating new intelligent healthcare technologi… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

@EPSRC - 11 hours ago
RT @BBSRC: We know that there are various barriers to get involved in a sandpit, so we’re aiming to make the upcoming sandpit with @FoodSec…

call: Invitation for proposals

Call for Research Projects led by the Research Institute in Secure Hardware and Embedded Systems

The Research Institute in Secure Hardware and Embedded Systems (RISE) is seeking to expand its research community and is inviting three-year research proposals for academic research projects, funded by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), to form part of the institute.

This article relates to the following themes Global uncertainties ICT
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news: Press Release

ACHILLES programme makes plans for more resilient infrastructure

£4.8 million research programme examines better maintenance and monitoring of long linear infrastructure assets such as road and railway slopes

This article relates to the following themes Engineering LWEC Manufacturing the future
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call: Invitation for proposals

Call for a UK Physical Sciences Database Service National Research Facility

EPSRC would like to support a National Physical Sciences Database Service and full proposals are invited with an interview panel stage to make the final decision.

This article relates to the following themes Energy Engineering Healthcare technologies ICT Manufacturing the future Physical Sciences Research Infrastructure
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news: Press Release

EPSRC announces £20 million investment in NMR equipment

New Nuclear Magnetic Resonance tools to be installed at eight universities thanks to investment by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).

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call: Invitation for proposals

Call for Small Equipment Bids led by the Research Institute in Secure Hardware and Embedded Systems

The Research Institute in Secure Hardware and Embedded Systems (RISE) is inviting proposals for research equipment to support UK academic research projects in the field of hardware security, funded by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).

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News

Annual update of the Research Councils diversity data published

The fourth annual update of the Research Councils diversity data has been published by UKRI.

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call: Invitation for proposals

Healthcare Impact Partnerships Call 2018/2019

EPSRC will shortly be inviting proposals for Healthcare Impact Partnerships. This call is a follow-up to calls in 2013, 2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016/17. A budget of up to £5 million will be available to support 5-7 projects that progress previous EPSRC-funded research towards generating impact in healthcare.

This article relates to the following themes Healthcare technologies
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Blog

Why we need to communicate STEM

FameLab finalist Laura O'Dea discusses the real-world impact of engineering and the importance of communicating STEM.

This article relates to the following themes Healthcare technologies
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News

Professor Lynn Gladden selected for the role of Executive Chair of EPSRC

Science Minister, Sam Gyimah, has today (3 May 2018) announced that Professor Lynn Gladden, CBE, FRS, FREng has been selected to be the next Executive Chair of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).

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call: Call for participants

Recruitment of EPSRC Strategic Advice Network (SAN) Members

EPSRC are looking to recruit around 8 new members to the Strategic Advisory Network in this exercise from across academia, business or third sector.

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News

The world needs Big Ideas

EPSRC has introduced a new initiative, EPSRC Big Ideas, to encourage adventurous and exciting ideas from researchers and innovators.

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news: Press Release

Mathematical sciences review highlights contributions to UK society and economy

Review explores the critical role of mathematical sciences to the UK

This article relates to the following themes Mathematical sciences
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