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New research on sperm could lead to cut in infertility rate and better advice for couples trying to conceive.
EPSRC is continuing its support for outstanding early careers scientists and engineers with the appointment of two new Royal Society - EPSRC Dorothy Hodgkin Fellows.
The UK's first public trials of a self-driving car have attracted significant media interest this week.
Due to essential updates, the EPSRC website, Grants on the Web and Gateway to Research may be unavailable on Saturday 15 October 2016 between 08:30 - 11:00.
A Scientist who achieved his breakthrough while supported by the EPSRC has been jointly awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Three British scientists have been congratulated after they were awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics
Four research grants to develop new technologies that address health issues of UK's aging population announced by Science Minister
The EPSRC is re-opening its search for applications to join two of our Strategic Advisory Teams (SATs).
EPSRC's Professor Tom Rodden outlines how joint UK/China research is going to deliver clean energy and move us to a lower carbon future
Since 2007 RCUK now UK Research and Innovation has invested over £33 million in joint UK-China energy research projects, most with matched resources from China.
On Monday 26 September 2016, EPSRC will be launching its fourth Science Photo Competition.
New research into the interpretation of data could lead to a wide range of benefits, ranging from more efficient use of resources and higher productivity to health improvements.
A leading academic has now been awarded an EPSRC Senior Fellowship to find new ways of allowing the countryside to reap the benefits of the digital age.
EPSRC's Information and Communication Technologies theme, together with its partners, is launching a study into the status of underrepresented groups in UK academia.
A new radar-based system producing 3D images from deep inside avalanches could lead to better protection for towns, buildings, roads and railways.
EPSRC partners The Engineer's first Collaborate to Innovate awards
Four years after a review of equipment available for NMR for Physical Sciences research in the UK, produced a comprehensive portfolio of resource, EPSRC is conducting a new survey to assess the current state of the nation's capabilities, how it is funded and shared.
New research demonstrates how gold can be extracted from old mobile phones, televisions and computers.
The Research Councils have issued a joint statement welcoming the statement made by HM Treasury on continuity of funding for UK applicants to Horizon 2020.
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WMG announces RUMPEL, a browser that lets users organise personal data into a private secure date wardrobe - a HAT (Hub-of-all-Things).
The UK's first Robotics Week proved to be a great success, attracting widespread coverage in the national, international and specialist media.
RCUK statement on international collaboration post EU referendum.
Science Minister Jo Johnson has announced a £5 million challenge, to encourage UK companies and academics to develop robotic innovations.
A new era of innovation and discovery opens tomorrow when the first UK Robotics Week (25 June - 01 July) begins.