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The latest edition of Pioneer, EPSRC's flagship magazine, is now available.
Researchers have developed a way of reducing fat content in food manufacture without sacrificing taste or texture.
From 01 July 2014 EPSRC will be running all standard research peer review meetings on the EPSRC Peer Review Extranet.
EPSRC's draft Strategic Plan 2014 will be published in mid-July with an invitation for all organisations to input.
The UK Robotics Strategy developed in consultation with EPSRC published.
The winners of a prestigious national competition for researchers who are pioneers in Information and Communication Technology (ICT), were announced last night at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London.
A state-of-the-art easel is shedding new light on the variety of materials used over the centuries to create artists’ paint pigments.
Top female engineers explain why engineering's a great career for women and girls on National Women in Engineering Day.
Surgery for unborn babies is being transformed by new engineering and physical sciences research.
Professor David Delpy becomes a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List, rewarded for his services to engineering and scientific research.
This Delivery Plan is published in response to the 2013 Spending Review and is a continuation of our 2011-2015 Delivery Plan.
In December 2012, EPSRC Chair Dr Paul Golby commissioned an independent review into how the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) uses peer review to make funding decisions.
The winners of the RISING Star Awards have been announced.
Visualising our portfolio is now available alongside other enhancements to the EPSRC website.
Further information about the changes to website structure and functionality, from 12 June 2014.
EPSRC-funded projects using ultrasound beams to grip and manipulate tiny clusters of cells could lead to life-changing medical advances.
Research Councils are seeking UK researchers’ views about the future development of three large scale research facilities: Central Laser Facility, Diamond Light Source and ISIS Neutron Source.
Two new CDTs at Queens University Belfast and the University of Bath, join the previously announced 113 centres under EPSRC's auspices.
The UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC) receives £14 million from research councils EPSRC, NERC and ESRC via the RCUK Energy Programme.
New research centre will exploit engineering approaches to improve theraputical outcomes of drug-based cancer treatments.
EPSRC are seeking user and stakeholder input to the upgrade of the ARCHER high performance computer system.
Due to migration of website content to a new Content Management System, the content on our website will be frozen for 2 weeks.
A Strategic Advisory Network working group chaired by Professor Anne Anderson (Council member) performed an integration role across SATs.
EPSRC is among 72 organisations across the scientific sector, who have signed the Concordat on Openness on Animal Research in the UK.
Bringing together Strategic Advisory Teams across the whole of the EPS landscape.