Impact is now a core consideration throughout the grant application process and showing how the applicant(s) will maximise the impact of the proposed research should therefore be intrinsic to the proposal itself in a way that is appropriate to the nature and scope of the research being proposed.
What happens after a panel has concluded
Principles to deliver a high quality and robust peer review process.
How EPSRC allocates research budgets.
A summary of the various peer review processes for Expressions of Interest, Outlines and Full Research Proposals.
This policy statement sets out clear expectations of when conflicts of interest need to be declared and how they should be managed.
How EPSRC selects reviewers
EPSRC run an open and transparent peer review process. It is important that you are aware of how your proposal will be assessed. Copies of the reviewer forms and associated guidance for all EPSRC schemes are available.
How to respond to issues raised by reviewers before prioritisation panels.
What feedback is provided and when will it be available?
Questions and answers for common queries on the EPSRC peer review process.