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News and views from EPSRC and its community.

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  • Research Sets Fair Winds
  • Dr Ruth L Mallors-Ray OBE, Chief Operating Officer of the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) talks about the Farnborough International Airshow and the future of aerospace research. 

  • Research Sets Fair Winds
  • Issued: 14 July 2016
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  • Adventures in AI
  • To coincide with Women in Engineering Day, Dr Patricia Shaw, an EPSRC-supported researcher at Aberystwyth University, describes her passion for robots, and explains how robotics is helping her research into how humans start learning from the moment they are born.

  • Adventures in AI
  • Issued: 23 June 2016
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  • Fit For Life
  • Dr Andy Cope, Director, Research and Monitoring Unit of the charity Sustrans, discusses research findings contained in a new report, Fit for Life, which emerges from the EPSRC - funded iConnect consortium. The consortium aimed to measure and evaluate the changes in travel, physical activity and carbon emissions related to infrastructure schemes across the UK.

  • Fit For Life
  • Issued: 25 May 2016
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  • EPSRC People - Dr Andrew Bourne, Associate Director
  • This week the blog comes from our very own Dr Andrew Bourne, Associate Director at EPSRC. Andrew took five minutes out of his busy day to have a chat with us about his work.

  • EPSRC People - Dr Andrew Bourne, Associate Director
  • Issued: 10 May 2016
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  • Kayak takes flight
  • The Devizes to Westminster International Canoe Race is 125 exhausting miles of continuous paddling. Professor Gary Leeke tells us about his experience with Professor Liam Grover, as they battled gruelling conditions in a kayak which they had made from recycled material, and lived to tell the tale...

  • Kayak takes flight
  • Issued: 14 April 2016
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  • Search and rescue after the Nepal earthquake
  • Joshua Macabuag talks about his research on tsunami effects at EPSRC. 

  • Search and rescue after the Nepal earthquake
  • Issued: 25 July 2015
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  • EPSRC - an insider's view
  • EPSRC - an insider's view
  • Issued: 26 January 2016
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  • Making the underworld visible
  • Researchers at the University of Birmingham are working on ways of identifying more accurately what is below the ground, saving time and money.

  • Making the underworld visible
  • Issued: 10 March 2016
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  • How technology blurs the lines between work and home life
  • Professor Whittle is principal investigator into 'Digital Brain Switch' funded by EPSRC and talks about how technology blurs the lines between work and home life.

  • How technology blurs the lines between work and home life
  • Issued: 2 October 2015
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  • Turn On and Tune In to science
  • Turn On and Tune In to science
  • Issued: 18 December 2015
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