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A revolutionary new type of smart window could cut window-cleaning costs in tall buildings while reducing heating bills and boosting worker productivity.
Dr Lesley Thompson, EPSRC’s former Director of Research, was among several senior figures in the science and engineering community recognised in the New Year’s honours list.
Ed Vaizey, Minister of State for Culture and the Digital Economy, has today confirmed a new interdisciplinary Research Hub to drive forward UK research in the Internet of Things (IoT).
Six joint UK / Singapore research projects will develop new solutions to enhance systems and infrastructure resilience to cyber attacks.
Life Sciences Minister announces research centres to explore how mathematics and statistics can help to tackle serious health challenges
A survey is now open to understand the scientific research challenges that will require investment in the next generation of HPC resources.
EPSRC launched its third Science Photo competition which will run until 19 December 2015.
EPSRC are looking for people interested in participating in a network on the theme of Future Digital, Smart and Intelligent Manufacturing.
Two £10 million manufacturing research Hubs launched to address major, long-term challenges facing the UK's manufacturing industries.
Glasgow Science Centre is counting down to the launch date of one of the most ambitious events ever mounted in the UK on energy use.
The 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) has revealed comprehensive evidence of the sustained economic and social impact of EPSRC's investments in engineering and physical sciences (EPS) research.
An independent review of the UK Research Councils, led by Sir Paul Nurse, is published today. The report, 'Ensuring a Successful Research Endeavour', reviews why and how the UK should undertake research.
A further update on the development of our Delivery Plan and future engagement opportunities.
The Women in High Performance Computing Network (WHPC) at the University of Edinburgh has won an international award for highlighting issues of diversity in the field of Higher Performance Computing.
New technologies in development at the UK's Quantum Technologies Hubs introduced to delegates at the Quantum Technology Showcase
The Rosalind Franklin app competition is now open.
The Industrial Biotechnology Catalyst programme, funded by Innovate UK, BBSRC and EPSRC, has been temporarily postponed awaiting the outcome of the comprehensive spending review.
EPSRC-funded researchers at University of Cambridge make the headlines by demonstrating a new design for lithium-air batteries.
Jonathan Roberts from the University of Lancaster is the overall winner of the UK ICT Pioneers competition.
Researchers from UK and Chinese universities are collaborating on four new projects to work towards achieving low carbon cities in the UK and China. The projects were announced as Chinese President, Xi Jinping visited the UK this week.
An early warning system will help gamblers when their behaviour shows signs of turning into an addiction.
Seven consortia to research aging water infrastructure, air pollution in cities, use of advanced materials, and systems resilience
Business Secretary, Sajid Javid, unveils new jointly funded research programme to develop fully autonomous cars at 10 UK universities.
EPSRC and NERC are launching a new £2.5 million Centre for Doctoral Training in the use of smart and autonomous observation systems for the environmental sciences.
EPSRC has launched its third Science Photo competition which will run until 00.01 on Saturday 19 December 2015.