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Innovative sound-mapping software based on human hearing has been developed to help architects design out unwanted noise.
An innovative device is being developed that will dramatically improve the process of diagnosing heart conditions.
£70 million boost for UK manufacturing with three state of the art research centres.
Prime Minister Launches New EPSRC Centres for Innovative Manufacturing
Leading scientists and designers are exploring the impact of developing technologies on society in a pioneering new exhibition.
Iain and Peter talk about their experience of being College members.
Pioneering acoustic research projects that are changing the way we study the past.
EPSRC and the Arts and Humanities Research Council have initiated an £8 million Science and Heritage programme to help protect Britain's cultural legacy for future generations.
Making internet surfing safer, tackling crime on public transport and combating computer viruses.
The world's first fully sustainable racing car, developed with EPSRC support, is paving the way for
An engineering and manufacturing road show bring the latest technologies to UK businesses and schools.
In this edition of the Pioneer podcast, find out how scientists have recreated Bach's forgotten horn, and created a virtual human and a hydrogen powered barge.
An introduction to our national campaign to demonstrate how UK scientists and engineers are solving some of the biggest challenges facing society.
The BLOODHOUND SSC Project, led by Richard Noble OBE, is aiming to set a new world land speed record of a thousand miles per hour by 2011.
A long-lost instrument is brought back to life thanks to EPSRC funded work.
EPSRC video - Three new centres that will develop digital technology
Highlights from the event bringing together forward-thinking researchers and business people held on 04 March 2009.
EPSRC have funded 44 new centres for doctoral training which will train over 2,000 PhD students.
Interview with Richard Noble and Ben Evans from the Bloodhound SSC team.