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New Turing AI fellows to deliver world-class AI research

Leading UK researchers will develop cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) technologies through prestigious fellowships announced today, 27 November. The novel AI techniques they will develop could have wide-ranging impact, for example: combatting cancer developing digital twins that can aid us in modelling and understanding air pollution improving cybersecurity through developing more robust and transparent AI algorithms.

New Turing AI fellows to deliver world-class AI research
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International space data collaboration features UKRI research

New papers show UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)-funded research in the largest space data collection ever produced. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is leading a unique collaboration with Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, European Space Agency (ESA) and Roscosmos State Corporation for Space Activities.

International space data collaboration features UKRI research
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UKRI invests £20m to tackle plastic waste in developing countries

Plastic pollution is one of the world’s biggest environmental challenges. This investment by UKRI aims to reduce its impact on communities and the environment by supporting interdisciplinary research teams to investigate ways to combat or mitigate the effects of plastic waste in developing countries.

UKRI invests £20m to tackle plastic waste in developing countries
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Powering the future of offshore wind farms

Supported by EPSRC, computer modelling and stratified-flow wind-tunnel simulation is being used for the first time to improve the efficiency, reliability and operational life of large offshore wind farms.

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Embedding EDI in EPSRC policy, partners and practice: a Strategic Advisory Group perspective

Professor Sarah Sharples, Pro-Vice Chancellor in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and People, reflects on the work of the EPSRC EDI Strategic Advisory Group and the diversity challenges in the research base.

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Paving the way for self-sufficient buildings

EPSRC funded project is developing low-cost solar technologies that can make buildings energy self-sufficient.

This article relates to the following themes Engineering
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Building a resilient cyber secure future

Cybersecurity trailblazer Centre for Secure Information Technologies at Queen’s University Belfast has sparked the emergence of a thriving local hotbed of cybersecurity excellence with a rising global profile.

This article relates to the following themes Digital economy
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How do you build and install a supercomputer?

Professor Mark Parsons, Director of EPCC at the University of Edinburgh explains the complexities of launching the UK’s next national research supercomputer.

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How supercomputers are helping in the fight against COVID-19

Syma Khalid, Professor of Molecular Biophysics at the University of Southampton, discusses how high performance computer ARCHER has provided computational resource and brought researchers together to tackle COVID-19.

This article relates to the following themes Engineering Global uncertainties Healthcare technologies
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The joy of collaboration: Reflections of an ICASE doctoral student

Charlie House reflects on his experience of being an EPSRC Industrial CASE doctoral student working with BAE Systems  

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Improving our new lives through research

Dr Andrew Bourne, Director of Partnerships at EPSRC, discusses how underpinning long-term investment in research has enabled the UK to adapt and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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