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EPSRC Impact Team are holding a series of regional "Impact Roadshows" designed to explore how to handle impact in applications and EPSRC’s new philosophy towards impact.

EPSRC is seeking applications from Early Career academics to join the Early Career Forum in Manufacturing Research for a three-year term. We are looking to recruit 10 new members in this exercise. Application is by Expression of Interest, submitted via a smart survey. Eligibility follows standard EPSRC rules for research grants and is limited to UK Higher Education Institutions. A brief institutional statement of support is required.

EPSRC will be live streaming two of the Town Meetings taking place in September.

Our Executive Chair, Lynn Gladden, will highlight the exciting opportunities arising within UK Research and Innovation through our new EPSRC Delivery Plan, in the context of the wider UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Delivery Plan, whilst listening to your views and gaining a deeper understanding of the current landscape from your perspective.

A retreat-style workshop held in May 2018 to explore the manufacturing-related strategic research and innovation landscape.

Get your cameras ready and enter the sixth EPSRC Science Photo Competition. This is your chance to showcase your photos, to support excellence and promote the benefits of outstanding UK engineering and physical sciences.

Cambridge Cleantech is hosting the Cleantech Venture Day on the 31 of October 2018. The event will bring together innovative cleantech companies with experienced fund managers, business angels and corporate investors.

The Faraday Institution is the UK's independent research institute for electrochemical energy storage research. They are seeking a wide range of views on the priorities for the second wave of research projects and will be holding a series of Joint Industry / Academia workshops to identify UK priorities for Research and infrastructure capability.

The Faraday Institution is the UK's independent research institute for electrochemical energy storage research. They are seeking a wide range of views on the priorities for the second wave of research projects and will be holding a series of Joint Industry / Academia workshops to identify UK priorities for Research and infrastructure capability.

The Faraday Institution is the UKs independent research institute for electrochemical energy storage research. They are seeking a wide range of views on the priorities for the second wave of research projects and will be holding a series of Joint Industry / Academia workshops to identify UK priorities for Research and infrastructure capability.

Will you be EPSRC's next Photo Competition winner? Get your cameras ready so you can share your photos and enter the fifth EPSRC Science Photo Competition.

Get your cameras ready as EPSRC will be launching its fourth Science Photo Competition. This is your chance to share your photos, to support excellence and promote the benefits of outstanding UK engineering and physical sciences.

Self-nominations are invited for a workshop on air quality and climate change to explore the policy and evidence needs for research to inform action and deliver co-benefits.

These workshop events are intended to allow the broader mathematical sciences research community to receive and discuss information based on current EPSRC strategic activities.

EPSRCESRCAHRC and NERC are leading on behalf of all research councils a workshop which aims to initiate the building of a cross cutting multidisciplinary community focussed on decision making under uncertainty.

EPSRC is launching its third Science Photo Competition, open to all EPSRC-supported researchers and EPSRC-supported doctoral students.

This is your chance to hear Sir John O'Reilly, Director General, Knowledge & Innovation, Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, examine research, innovation and higher education.

EPSRC is launching its second Science Photo Competition, open to all EPSRC-supported researchers and EPSRC-supported doctoral students.

EPSRC and NERC are pleased to announce the launch event for the new ARCHER high performance computing service.

The EPSRC will soon launch its first science photo competition, open to all EPSRC-supported researchers and students.

EPSRC Council are holding an Open Forum to bring together and engage with current scientists and engineers from across engineering and the physical sciences.

The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition is an annual display of the most exciting cutting-edge science and technology in the UK.

EPSRC is a supporter of the Big Bang Fair and will be displaying an exhibit which demonstrates exciting Advanced Materials.

Eight outstanding UK researchers have recently been awarded a Dream Fellowship by EPSRC as part of the initial pilot activity.

A half day event that will provide the opportunity to hear from Professor Dave Delpy, Cheif Executive of EPSRC, on the progress against the EPSRC Delivery Plan and our three Strategic Goals of Shaping Capability, Developing Leaders and Delivering Impact.

A half day event that will provide the opportunity to hear from Professor Dave Delpy, Cheif Executive of EPSRC, on the progress against the EPSRC Delivery Plan and our three Strategic Goals of Shaping Capability, Developing Leaders and Delivering Impact.

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