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Showing the breadth and impact of EPSRC investments.
Professor Rachel Thomson
The work I do is mainly focused on conventional power generation, so you could say that's about keeping the lights on as we move towards a sustainable power generation future. I personally have supervised over 30 PhD students many of whom are working in industry in lots of different areas today.
Professor Sir Martyn Poliakoff
The EPSRC and its predecessors have funded a lot of my research particularly in the area of green chemistry. They gave me a so called clean technology fellowship in 1994 which helped me get started in this area.
Professor Kevin Shakesheff
The aim is to help patients who have lost tissue either due to a disease or injury and we want to create a medicine that restores that tissue back to being fully functional.
Professor Catherine Biggs
The great thing about the EPSRC is that it actually enables us to be able to do high risk blue sky research which will have a benefit now, but also in the longer term.
Professor Tony Prescott
The EPSRC has been very helpful in helping us to see where we can make the most impact with our science.
Professor Ivette Fuentes
Mathematics I would say is the foundation, it's the root. Mathematics is the language of science.
Professor Nikolay Zheludev
With help of advanced metamaterials we can now even think of a three dimensional displays and paper-thin video cameras for mobile phones.
Professor Sir David Payne
Photonics is all pervasive. It flies airliners, it's on the moon, it's in the space station, it's even on Mars, as well as powering the entire internet.
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