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  • 2019
  • 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.

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  • 2019
  • Plastics: Redefining Single Use
  • Plastics: Redefining Single Use
  • Professor Tony Ryan at the University of Sheffield, talks about the plastic waste crisis and the 'Plastics - Redefining Single Use' project, which will look at single-use plastics in food and fast-moving consumer goods packaging, as well as their plastic ingredients and medical products.

  • Connecting Industry and Academia
  • Connecting Industry and Academia
  • EPSRC can help businesses engage with universities to create collaborations to improve their products and services. While we cannot fund businesses directly there are many ways for businesses of all sizes to work with us, and universities, to maximise opportunities and impact for all.

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  • Engineering a diverse sector for the benefit of our economy and humankind
  • Engineering a diverse sector for the benefit of our economy and humankind
  • Despite improved diversity in professional occupations such as medicine and law, perceptions and stereotypes of careers in engineering are still alive and well. In a joint report with the IET, we are publishing the findings of a Parliamentary roundtable, which brought together Parliamentarians, academia and business leaders to discuss what further needs to be done to fix the problem.

  • How the EPSRC helped me celebrate Mendeleev
  • How the EPSRC helped me celebrate Mendeleev
  • Martyn Poliakoff discusses how he has shared his passion for the periodic table with people all around the world.

  • 150 years since the discovery of helium
  • 150 years since the discovery of helium
  • On 20 October 1868, Norman Lockyer discovered Helium. Associate Curator of Chemistry at the Science Museum, Rupert Cole tells the story.

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