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RISE – a route to impact for early career researchers

Rami El-Geneidy, a PhD student from the London-Loughborough (LoLo) Centre for Doctoral Research in Energy Demand shares the insights he has gained from being a part of EPSRC’s RISE programme.

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Stronger Communities do Better Science

Dr Sarah Harris discusses scientific breakthroughs and the EPSRC Big Ideas initiative

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EPSRC AI3SD Network Plus announces first funding call with the focus on Chemical Discovery

The EPSRC Funded AI3SD Network+ (Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Intelligence for Automated Investigations for Scientific Discovery) is pleased to announce their first Funding Call, with an application deadline of 18th February 2019

This article relates to the following themes Healthcare technologies ICT Physical Sciences
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What's hot in consumer electronics for 2019?

EPSRC-funded research supports cutting edge technology showcased in Las Vegas.

This article relates to the following themes Digital economy ICT
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ISCF Faraday Battery Challenge - Faraday Institution: Phase Two Outlines

Up to £12 million per annum for up to Four Awards is available from the Faraday Institution as part of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund - Faraday Battery Challenge. This call invites Outline proposals from researcher consortia (normally of up to five institutions) interested in research projects in four challenge areas, which have been identified through a set of five regional workshops attended by ~200 people from industry, policy and academia.

This article relates to the following themes Energy Engineering ICT Manufacturing the future Mathematical sciences Physical Sciences
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Chemical Biology Community Workshop 2019

EPSRC is holding a workshop on Chemical biology and Biological Chemistry. This will be a multi and interdisciplinary workshop bringing together the Chemical Biology and Biological Chemistry community. The workshop aims to look at where EPSRC Chemical Biology and Biological Chemistry sits in the wider UKRI landscape, remit, and how the community works together.

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Researchers to develop mini robots to inspect and repair water, gas and sewage pipes

Pioneering project aims to create mini-robots that travel along water, gas and sewage pipes hunting for damage and carrying out repairs.

This article relates to the following themes Engineering Manufacturing the future
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Plastics: Redefining Single Use

Professor Tony Ryan at the University of Sheffield, talks about the plastic waste crisis and the 'Plastics - Redefining Single Use' project, which will look at single-use plastics in food and fast-moving consumer goods packaging, as well as their plastic ingredients and medical products.

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Connecting Industry and Academia

EPSRC can help businesses engage with universities to create collaborations to improve their products and services. While we cannot fund businesses directly there are many ways for businesses of all sizes to work with us, and universities, to maximise opportunities and impact for all.

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New £8 million research projects to re-think plastics production and use

Eight new research projects that will explore new and different ways of making, using and recycling plastics were announced today by the Science Minister, Chris Skidmore.

This article relates to the following themes Engineering LWEC Manufacturing the future Physical Sciences
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Strategy for Mathematical Sciences Workshop

EPSRC seeks expressions of interest for attendance at a two day workshop on "Strategy for Mathematical Sciences."

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EPSRC - Designing Out Plastic Waste - UCL

Professor Mark Miodownik at UCL, talks about the plastic waste crisis and the UCL Designing-out Plastic Waste project, which aims to look at new and innovative methods to recycle plastics.

The project is funded via the £20 million Plastics Research and Innovation Fund, managed by UK Research and Innovation, the Fund is engaging Britain’s best scientists and innovators to help move the country towards more circular economic and sustainable approaches to plastics.

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Early Career Research Workshop

EPSRC seeks expressions of interest for attendance at a one-day workshop for early career researchers.  

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A bit of mathematics is good for your health

Dr Kyle Wedgwood discusses his research career and his work at the EPSRC Centre for Predictive Modelling in Healthcare at Exeter University.

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Professor Tom Rodden, EPSRC Deputy Executive Chair, appointed as Chief Scientific Adviser to DCMS

Professor Tom Rodden has been appointed as the Chief Scientific Adviser for the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, and will begin his role in January 2019.

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