Formal agreements with business and other organisations to jointly fund research activities.
Research is international and many challenges that we face are global. As well as maintaining the strength of UK research, EPSRC want researchers to be able to collaborate with partners around the world.
Interactions with UK Regions.
Key Business Partners, Priority Business Sectors, Regional Development Agencies, Government and other Research Councils.
Opportunities for people from industry and the public sector to get involved inEPSRC's strategy and planning activities, including strategic advisory teams, user panel, college, council and strategic partnerships.
It's important to us to have effective arrangements in place for interfacing with universities. Interaction takes place in a range of ways depending on the general level of engagement different universities have with us and our funding portfolio.
Engaging with a wide range of stakeholders is key in developing and refining EPSRC’s strategies, processes and funding mechanisms. This collection of case studies demonstrates how two-way communication is key in achieving positive change.