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This Delivery Plan provides a high-level overview of our plans for the period 2011/12 to 2014/15

Programme from the EPSRC showcase event to connect leading university research with UK business and industry.

Progress against the targets and milestones that were set out in the delivery plan and scorecard 2008-11

Presentation by Professor Margaret Wright at the town meeting held on 28 January 2011 based on the international review of mathematical sciences

EPSRC’s Annual Report and Accounts 2009-10 reviews our work and achievements through the year, illustrating how we have continued to work in partnership to maximise our investment in world class research in order to deliver the impact so vitally important to the UK.

Findings and observations of the independent panel.

Transcript of the town meeting that represented the international review of mathematical sciences report

This newsletter includes a Christmas message from Dave Delpy, a review of pathways to impact, college training and other news bulletins.

This report presents the conclusions of an international panel of sixteen experts convened by a Steering Committee on behalf of all UK Research Councils to review mathematical sciences research in the UK.

Information provided to the review panel including evidence gathered from a wide range of sources, to assist them in the undertaking of their task

Details of the 2009-10 research proposal funding rates.

Digital technologies are transforming business, government and society. Research is vital in making sure they have the best possible impact for everyone

Developing a sustainable economy is about creating a system that meets the needs of society whilst reducing pollution (including greenhouse gases), uses less resources, creates less waste and reduces social disparities

Report from the workshop convened to bring together a group of people from different academic disciplines and industry sectors to meet each other, and to think about future challenges in the area.

Summary article of the report by the Royal Society of Chemistry and the EPSRC to examine how much chemistry research contributes to the UK economy

The full exhibition catalogue, with full details of exhibits, research areas and the researchers and designers involved

EPSRC response to the recommendations of the theme day on manufacturing

The Information and communication technologies team recently held a workshop bringing together researchers from across the community to involve them in the development of strategy for the programme in the context of our new Delivery Plan.

Phase 1 report of a study into the impact of doctorate holders, undertaken by DTZ on behalf of EPSRC. This phase reviewed existing studies and literature, building from these a model of impact and then tested potential methods for phase 2 of the study which will attempt to understand and demonstrate the impact which holders of doctorates have on their businesses, sectors and the wider economy

Full report by the Royal Society of Chemistry and the EPSRC to examine the many channels through which chemistry research contributes to the UK economy and to provide a quantitative and qualitative analysis of just how much it benefits the UK

Data and commentary aligned to the Government's reporting framework and demonstrates how the research and training we support contributes to an overall economic impact for the UK. A web version of this document is available in the Economic Impact Baseline 2010 section

The Mathematical Sciences taught course centres initiative was reviewed in the summer of 2010 by DTZ. It was timely to consider how successful the initiative has been in relation to its original aims, as a feed into the forthcoming International Review of the Mathematical Sciences and in relation to continuation of the initiative after EPSRC funding comes to an end.

International perceptions of the UK chemistry research base

Outlines our high-level priorities and plans for the period 2008/09 to 2010/11, together with what we will do to meet the government’s science and innovation investment framework 2004-14 - has been updated for 2010/11

Sets out objectives, milestones and targets for the major activities outlined in the EPSRC delivery plan 2008-11 - has been updated to include in-year milestones for 2010/11

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