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EPSRC AI3SD Network Plus announces second funding call with the focus on Design and Synthesis of Chemicals and Materials

The EPSRC Funded AI3SD Network+ (Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Intelligence for Automated Investigations for Scientific Discovery) is pleased to announce their second Funding Call, with an application deadline of 19th December 2019.

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Early Career Forum in Manufacturing Research

EPSRC seeks expressions of interest for the refresh of the membership of the Manufacturing the Future Early Career Forum.

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NERC Digital Environment workshops

Following on from our March 2019 workshop in Manchester, the new NERC Digital Environment team will be holding a series of regional workshops in October ahead of the next phase of the SPF Constructing a Digital Environment Programme.

This article relates to the following themes Digital economy
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Agreement strengthens ties between UK and US mathematical sciences researchers

Research ties between the UK and USA have been further strengthened through a lead agency opportunity that will boost collaboration between mathematical sciences communities in the two nations.

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UK joins forces with international experts to tackle global challenges

UK researchers and innovators will work with counterparts across the planet to tackle global challenges such as Ebola outbreaks, the impact of subpolar ocean currents on global climate, and the effect of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on society and individuals’ happiness and wellbeing following a major funding announcement.

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call: Expression of interest

Analytical Science Community Workshop

EPSRC is holding an Analytical Science community workshop on the 23 October 2019. This workshop will bring together representatives from both industry and academia working within the EPSRC Analytical Science research area.

This article relates to the following themes Physical Sciences Research Infrastructure
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Collaborative Computational Projects: Community Building, Networking and Core Computational Science Support

Collaborative Computational Projects (CCPs) are inclusive, community-wide initiatives bringing together engineering and physical sciences researchers and research software development expertise. CCPs comprise researchers and developers who collaborate on large-scale scientific software development projects, maintenance, distribution, training, and user support. 

This article relates to the following themes Digital economy Energy Engineering Healthcare technologies ICT LWEC Manufacturing the future Mathematical sciences Physical Sciences Quantum technologies Research Infrastructure
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Multiscale and In Situ Laboratory X-Ray Computed Tomography National Research Facility

This call is to identify and support an in situ Laboratory X-Ray Computed Tomography (XCT) National Research Facility (NRF). The facility will enable world-leading research with the potential for commercial exploitation and ground-breaking impact on the UK economy as well as wider societal benefits. Total funding of up to £10M is available.

This article relates to the following themes Energy Engineering Manufacturing the future Physical Sciences Research Infrastructure
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Telling Tales of Engagement Competition 2019

The Digital Economy (DE) theme intends to launch a ‘Telling Tales of Engagement Competition’ (TTE) in August 2019 to help capture and promote the impact of UKRI funded DE research.

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Canada-UK Artificial Intelligence Initiative

UKRI (ESRC, AHRC, EPSRC and MRC) and the Canadian funding agencies (CIHR, NSERC and SSHRC) are offering an international, interdisciplinary joint call aimed at building competitive, resilient and healthy economies and societies through Responsible AI.

This article relates to the following themes Digital economy Engineering Healthcare technologies ICT Mathematical sciences
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EPSRC seeks applicants for strategic advisory bodies

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council is welcoming applications for membership of its strategic advisory bodies.

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Tier 2 High Performance Computing Services

This call is to invest in a new cohort of Tier 2 computing resources in the UK, in recognition that the existing centres may wish to seek a refresh or expansion of their hardware, and that new centres may emerge to address growing demands within the engineering and physical sciences research communities and to provide access to state of the art computational architectures.

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'The Next Leap Forward' – Four Quantum Technologies Hubs to lead UK's research drive

Technologies that will allow fire crews to see through smoke and dust, computers to solve previously unsolvable computational problems, construction projects to image unmapped voids like old mine workings, and cameras that will let vehicles ‘see’ around corners are just some of the developments already taking place in the UK.

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Prosperity Partnerships to address generational challenges across the globe

Pioneering new partnerships have been launched to speed up the production of medicines, utilise Artificial Intelligence to complete household tasks, develop ultra-high strength alloys for the automotive industry and create new materials that will not make a noise underwater, reducing its harmful impact on marine wildlife.

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Showcasing Physical Sciences Impact Event 2019

This call is to invite submissions of an Expression of Interest to exhibit at the Showcasing Physical Sciences Impact Event. EPSRC is looking for 10-15 eye-catching, hands-on exhibitions that demonstrate physical sciences research. The exhibits should be aimed at a non-expert but science literate audience. Exhibitors are encouraged to think about the variety of different forms impact can take when designing their exhibits: impact through knowledge; impact through people; societal, cultural and economic impact. Successful exhibitors will be invited to display their research at the event in London on Friday 6 December 2019, and will also be able to attend the other activities, including plenary talks, keynote speech and panel sessions.

Please note we are not looking for static displays/posters or overviews of current research which have yet to have demonstrable impact.

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