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The Nanotechnology Theme Day Report found that there were flaws in the present structure of nanotechnology R&D and concluded that there was a need to focus and strengthen the UK research effort. This document is a response to that Report, and calls upon the Research Councils for immediate action.
The presentation of the EPSRC SATs conference where the EPSRC's Strategic Advisory Teams came together to provide input into the future challenges and share ideas.
The EPSRC Research Performance and Economic Impact Report incorporates highlights from the year 2012/13
A review of the UK quantum technology landscape, including potential defence and security applications.
EPSRC Civil Service People Survey 2013.
A coherent strategy for developing and delivering the UK’s future e-infrastructure needs is essential in driving forward the continued development of a globally competitive research base within the UK.
This newsletter includes: an article on Centres for Doctoral Training - EPSRC's largest ever peer review exercise, information regarding the latest college refresh exercise, forthcoming changes to the college member activity reports, thoughts and experiences from two college members on being part of an EPSRC panel in 2013, information regarding the action plan following the commissioned review of strategic advise routes, EPSRC's independent review of peer review and membership matters.
Pioneer edition 11 that features 'Life Support' science and engineering - the beating heart of healthcare.
A small scale workshop to identify challenges within dementia was held on the 2 September 2013.
EPSRC and ESRC held a re-distributed manufacturing workshop in November 2013. The workshop brought together a range of academics and aimed to develop an understanding of the issues, the research potential and current activity in the area of re-distributed manufacturing.
These FAQs are an output of the workshop for potential applicants, held on Friday 1st November 2013 at the Department of Health, Skipton House, London.
Advanced materials research has been identified by the UK Government as one of the Great Technologies that will propel the UK to future growth as part of the UK's high tech industrial strategy
The Official RISE Brochure
RISE's identity guidelines provide guidance on how to use the RISE logo in your own publications.
The aim of the workshop was to identify and prioritise the opportunities where mathematical sciences research could bring new insights and add significant benefits to the forecasting, mitigation and adaptation to environmental change and establish the shape of a future funding activity.
Quantum computation outputs from the 2013 workshop organised by the EPSRC to help develop the UK's capabilities in Quantum technologies
Quantum metrology outputs from the 2013 workshop organised by the EPSRC to help develop the UK's capabilities in Quantum technologies
Quantum secure communications outputs from the 2013 workshop organised by the EPSRC to help develop the UK's capabilities in Quantum technologies
Quantum sensors outputs from the 2013 workshop organised by the EPSRC to help develop the UK's capabilities in Quantum technologies
Quantum simulation outputs from the 2013 workshop organised by the EPSRC to help develop the UK's capabilities in Quantum technologies
Report of a workshop organised by the EPSRC to help develop the UK's capabilities in Quantum Technologies
In December 2012 EPSRC Chair, Dr Paul Golby, commissioned a review of EPSRC's strategic advice routes led by Dr Suzanne Fortier, Past President of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC), Canada. The review was conducted during spring 2013 and its conclusions and recommendations were presented to EPSRC Council in July.
Myth busting poster for council open forum.
Delivery impact poster for the council open forum.
Developing leaders poster for council open forum