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The EPSRC Review of Mathematical Science Infrastructure contains conclusions on the current capability and makes recommendations for how future mathematical science infrastructure should be supported.
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. This report, and its companion leaflet, presents the findings of an analysis of the REF EPS impact case studies, carried out by EPSRC.
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. This summary report, and the full version, presents the findings of an analysis of the REF EPS impact case studies, carried out by EPSRC.
The ‘ICT Perspectives on Big Data Analytics’ workshop was held on 3 March 2015 in Birmingham. It aimed to bring together researchers from across the ICT landscape to engage in discussion and identify future research challenges in Big Data Analytics, from the perspective of the ICT community.
Issued Summer 2015 - The Science behind the Theory of Everything
This Vision outlines where the UK should contribute to the worldwide development of fusion energy over the next twenty years. Updated from the original Vision published in 2010, it defines where the UK is helping to secure the world's long-term energy supply through the development of fusion energy and how the UK aims to benefit from the opportunities arising from fusion-related research in the UK and elsewhere.
This study, sponsored and supported by the Association of the Engineering Doctorates (AEngD) and the EPSRC, aims to understand the impact of the Engineering Doctorate (EngD) programmes provided by the Engineering Doctorate (EngD) Centres and the more recently established Industrial Doctorate Centres (IDCs).
The Future Intelligent Technologies (FIT) workshop was held over two days, on 24 and 25 February 2015, in Oxford. It aimed to bring together researchers able to contribute to the next generation of intelligent technologies, to consider the future challenges and opportunities across this broad landscape.
This document presents the results of a review of the state of the UK research area of Analytical Sciences.
Details of the 2014-15 research proposal funding rates.
EPSRC's Annual Report and Accounts 2014/15 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.
EPSRC's Key facts and figures 2015.
This newsletter includes articles on: Pathways to Impact, Return for amendment, College working group, Peer Review responsibilities, Introducer scores and Unavailability.
Brochure about the RCUK Energy Programme's activities in the area of offshore wind power generation.
With an annual budget of around £800 million, EPSRC is the largest investor in engineering and physical sciences research and doctoral training in the UK.
EPSRC held a Programme grants holders workshop in February 2015. The aim of this workshop was to bring together the holders of these awards to discuss and share their experiences of the running and managing of these awards, and explore how the scheme could evolve to better meet the needs of future research delivery.
The Research Councils communication capability reviews are part of a series of reviews across Whitehall departments, arm's length bodies and agencies. All seven councils were reviewed, and also the central partnership body, Research Councils UK (RCUK), along with the collective work of the RCs. This report looks at the communications activity of EPSRC.
The National Quantum Strategy outlines how quantum technologies represent a billion-pound opportunity for the UK economy.
A special 20th anniversary edition covering EPSRC’s first twenty years. Perfect bound inside and covers.
EPSRC held a New Materials for RF and Microwave Technologies workshop in December 2014. The aim was to build a picture of the research challenges relating to RF and microwave technologies where existing or new materials could produce a step change in performance or ability and identify materials that could enable these changes.
This report provides quantitative and qualitative estimates of the economic impact of the UK's investment in engineering research and post-graduate training, across the economy overall and (where possible) distinguishing contributions to different sectors and areas of activity.
Key findings from the full report "Assessing the economic returns of engineering research and postgraduate training in the UK".
The development and exploitation of advanced materials requires access to sophisticated characterisation techniques and EPSRC’s SuperSTEM facility is at the forefront of the advanced imaging and analysis of materials for a wide range of applications. This brochure highlights some of those applications.
The EPSRC Mathematical Sciences theme has undertaken a review of its mathematical biology portfolio. This report summarises the key findings of the review and will inform EPSRC's on-going management of the portfolio. (Update (April 2015): A response from EPSRC to the Review of Mathematical Biology, can be found in the appendix of the report.)
What should the UK make, and which technologies should it master to be the best at manufacturing these products? EPSRC's Centres for Innovative Manufacturing, in collaboration with industry, are helping chart the way forward. Their job - to enable the commercial development of the key discoveries in university manufacturing research.