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  • Telling Tales of Engagement Competition 2018
  • The Digital Economy (DE) Theme is running a competition designed to help capture and promote the impact that your Research Council funded digital economy research is having. Three prizes of £10,000 are available to support researchers to further tell the story of research impact in an interesting and engaging way to a wider audience.

  • Establishing a Research Centre for Securing Digital Technologies at the Periphery
  • EPSRC, on behalf of UKRI, is seeking to make a step-change in the broad research areas of cyber security, designing in trust, privacy, security and resilience associated with the Internet of Things (IoT) through this call. This will establish a Research Centre focusing on Security of Digital Technologies at the Periphery (SDTaP).

  • Frontier Engineering: Progression Grants
  • EPSRC is inviting the existing Frontier Engineering Centres to apply for further funding to provide a baseline of flexible support (a platform) that can be used for the retention of key staff, feasibility studies, longer-term research and international networking to specifically enhance the sustainability and impact of the Frontier Engineering Centres. These awards are similar in nature to the previous EPSRC ‘Platform Grants’ scheme. This is a closed call for the existing centres funded through the Frontier Engineering scheme in 2012.

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  • Spin-out's sale could help transform diabetes treatment
  • Spin-out's sale could help transform diabetes treatment
  • The recent acquisition of Ziylo, a University of Bristol spin-out company rooted in leading-edge EPSRC-funded chemistry research, could mark a major turning-point in the drive to develop safer, more effective treatment of diabetes.

  • Skeleton athlete design wins triple Olympic gold
  • Skeleton athlete design wins triple Olympic gold
  • In February 2018, Lizzy Yarnold sped to gold medal success in the skeleton event at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics – repeating her triumph four years earlier at the Sochi games in Russia. But her double achievement was not just a reward for her dedication and athleticism, it was also a triumph for UK engineering design.

  • Fast-track algorithms drive F1/Supercar success
  • Fast-track algorithms drive F1/Supercar success
  • A long-standing R&D collaboration between Professor Malcolm Smith, from the University of Cambridge, and legendary British supercar maker and Formula One giant, McLaren, has led to revolutionary suspension technology now employed in all Formula One cars, and which could have wider applications, such as in the railways of the future.

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  • EPSRC Digital Health Workshop 25 October 2017
  • A workshop held in October 2017 to explore the challenges in digital healthcare.

  • Increasing Visibility of Underrepresented Groups in Energy Research (IVUGER)
  • This event will establish the first network of diverse women working on heat de-carbonisation research.  You will meet and be mentored by diverse experienced females from academia, industry and policy making.  Participants will also have the opportunity to attend a second event which builds on the networks gained in this event, and have an opportunity to collaborate to prepare a proposal for seed funding which we will award (up to £12,000) during a two-day residential writing retreat in March 2019. We will provide support and feedback on your grant applications.

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  • EPSRC Science Photo Competition 2018
  • EPSRC Science Photo Competition 2018
  • 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.

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