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UK-India collaborations announced during Foreign Secretary visit

Two UK-India collaborations have been announced to boost 5G networks and future generations of telecoms. The two UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)-funded projects, announced as part of Foreign Secretary Liz Truss’s visit to India, are: the UK-India Future Networks Initiative (UKI-FNI), a £1.

UK-India collaborations announced during Foreign Secretary visit
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Levitating oil droplets research may help reduce air pollution

Research using sound waves to suspend oil droplets has shown that the air pollution coming from the tiny droplets may be impacting larger areas of the environment.

Levitating oil droplets research may help reduce air pollution
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UKRI publishes updated detailed ethnicity data

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has published updated detailed ethnicity data, including results from the 2019-20 financial year. For the first time, data are also provided for individual research councils by ethnic group.

UKRI publishes updated detailed ethnicity data
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CAMERA speeds growth of the south-west's crucible of creativity

One of the UK’s most eye-catching economic success stories has been south-west England’s emergence as a world-renowned powerhouse in the creative industries. 

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Advancing laser technologies

Researchers funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) are driving innovations in semiconductor disk laser technology, combining physics and optical engineering techniques.

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Southampton shines as leading light in photonics industry

Decades of EPSRC support for pioneering work at the University of Southampton has been vital to drive a thriving photonics cluster in and around the city – a cluster crucial to the UK’s ability to punch above its weight in this here-and-now yet firmly future-focused sector.

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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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