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Paul Swift, Open Innovation Manager UK at Procter & Gamble, talks about working with EPSRC.

Neil Glover, Chief of Materials Research and Design at Rolls-Royce, talks about working with EPSRC.

Overview of EPSRC equipment funding and recent process changes

Discussion on peer review from the Research Offices workshop.

Overview of Responsible Innovation, Pathways to Impact and demonstration of the Healthcare Impact toolkit

Watch how EPSRC investment is changing the face of healthcare technologies and research in this film by ITN Productions and the Royal Society of Medicine, which highlights the critical importance of education and training for "Doctors of the Future".

16 interviews from the Manufacturing The Future Conference 2015

Advaith Siddharthan's research focuses on Text Analytics and Natural Language Processing. He is a Senior Lecturer in Computing Science at the University of Aberdeen and is particularly interested in the effective communication of information to diverse users.

James Goulding leads the neo-demographics data science programme at the EPSRC-led Horizon Digital Economy Hub at the University of Nottingham, researching in the field of machine learning with Big Data.

John Baird is Head of the UK Research and Innovation Digital Economy Theme at the EPSRC.

Jonathan Legh-Smith directs BT's Strategic Research programme and manages BT's collaborative research partnerships with industry and academia. The Strategic Research programme addresses the longer-term opportunities and technical challenges facing the BT Group.

Liam Blackwell is Head of the Information and Communications Technology Programme at the EPSRC.

Miranda Mowbray is a data scientist working at Hewlett Packard Enterprise Labs, finding new ways of analysing data to detect attacks on computer networks. She completed her PhD research on Algebra, at London University and was awarded a fellowship of the British Computer Society in 2009.

Patrick Callinan specialises in leveraging data from databases, surveys and digital and social channels to generate product insights. Patrick is Lead Data Scientist at Channel 4, leading a team in work on recommendation engines, machine learning, and other “big data” projects.

Shini Somara is a factual-entertainment presenter for BBC One UK, having reported on pioneering technology and innovation for a variety of networks including BBC World News, BBC America, Sky and Discovery.

Sofia Olhede is professor of Statistics at University College London in the Department of Statistical Science. Her research interests include the theoretical underpinning of Big Data Analysis, including the analysis of network data, and heterogeneous observations in time and space.

John Baird is Head of the UK Research and Innovation Digital Economy Theme at the EPSRC.

Andy Stanford-Clark is a Distinguished Engineer in IBM's global Internet of Things team. He is an IBM Master Inventor with more than 40 patents. Andy is based at IBM's Hursley Park laboratories in the UK, and specialises in the Internet of Things, remote telemetry, energy monitoring and management, Smart Metering and Smart Grid technologies. He has a particular interest in home energy monitoring, home automation and driving consumer behaviour change.

Chris Speed is Chair of Design Informatics at the University of Edinburgh, where his research focuses on the Network Society, Digital Art and Technology, and the Internet of Things.

Jodie Eastwood is Project Manager at the Knowledge Quarter, a consortium of over 55 knowledge based institutions within a one mile radius of Kings Cross including Google, The British Library, the Wellcome Trust, Guardian News & Media.

Lucy Yardley pioneered the development of LifeGuide and the EPSRC-supported UBHave project. Her research addresses how best to both optimise user engagement with digital interventions and to integrate digital support for self-management of health with existing healthcare services.

Luke Savage is Academic Development Manager for Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE).

Mike Fraser FRSA is a British computer scientist. He is a Professor of Human-computer interaction in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Bristol.

Richard Harper is a sociologist and scientist who studies how new technologies shape us and how we in turn shape our technologies. He works at Social Shaping Research, before which he was Principal Investigator of the Microsoft Research group, led research teams at Xerox (Euro)Parc and was the director and founder of The Digital World Research Centre at the University of Surrey.

Working with Alwyn Seeds at UCL and with EPSRC funding, Richard Penty and Ian White developed a multi-service Radio over Fibre technology for in-building radio distribution. Since founding Zinwave Ltd they have also founded spin-out companies PervasID and eComm.

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