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EPSRC/RAEng report shows sustained support for engineering research needed for further economic returns
The Board of the Alan Turing Institute is seeking to appoint a Chair.
Three innovative healthcare research projects are set to transform lives.
£3.7 million Nion Hermes Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope, one of three in the world, launched at SuperSTEM facility
Action plans in 16 of EPSRC’s 113 Research Areas are now being implemented following a detailed assessment of our portfolio.
A report has been published detailing the achievements of the now closed High-End Computing Terascale Resource (HECToR).
Business Secretary Vince Cable today unveiled the winners of a multi-million-pound competition to bring innovative UK biotechnology projects to market.
Unravelling the colour of diamonds
O’Neill review’s report calls for greater support for researchers to solve the problem of antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
Researchers at Leeds and York have cracked a code that governs infections by a major group of viruses including colds and polio.
The latest edition of Pioneer, EPSRC's flagship magazine, is now available.
£32 million for Synthetic Biology Research Centres at Edinburgh, Manchester and Warwick, and £8 million to build DNA synthesis research.
Universities of Cambridge, Edinburgh, Oxford, Warwick, and UCL will lead the Alan Turing Institute to be based at the British Library
EPSRC announces £30 million for universities to accelerate impact of research and bring economic returns for the UK's economy.
Research Councils UK (RCUK) highlight the opportunity to engage with UK Science Landscape Project for the Prime Minister's Council for Science and Technology
EPSRC supports The Royal Institution's Christmas Lectures 2014, that will hopefully spark a scientific revolution.
EPSRC announces 10 research projects to advance the UK's manufacturing capability and develop new, exciting functional materials.
A study using Raman Spectroscopy reveals disease without damaging 16th-century bones.
Six new research projects will receive over £3 million from EPSRC, to improve the sustainability of infrastructure development in UK and China.
Now Recruiting for Appointments to the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Audit Committees.
The location of the Alan Turing Institute is announced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer today.
Setting out the vision, goals and strategies for EPSRC.
EPSRC is seeking applications from industrialists, academics and individuals working in the third sector and government organisations to join Strategic Advisory Teams (SATs), across the range of EPSRC's Themes.
The Secretary of State is seeking to appoint four new members to the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). One appointment is from the business sector and three appointments from the academic community.
ARCHER upgrade increases computing power by 60% meaning a theoretical top speed of over 2 petaflops.