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Science Minister, Sam Gyimah, has today (3 May 2018) announced that Professor Lynn Gladden, CBE, FRS, FREng has been selected to be the next Executive Chair of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
EPSRC has introduced a new initiative, EPSRC Big Ideas, to encourage adventurous and exciting ideas from researchers and innovators.
Review explores the critical role of mathematical sciences to the UK
Eleven projects awarded funding as part of EPSRC's Trust, Identity, Privacy and Security (TIPS) in the Digital Economy 2.0 call
Publication of ICT equality, diversity and inclusion report and action plan
New patch developed at University of Bath removes requirement for painful finger-prick test
UKRI has launched the Future Leaders Fellowship scheme to develop the next generation of researchers and innovators
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council is part of UK Research and Innovation and from the 3 April we have a new URL based on the subdomain of the UKRI website.
Pilot initiative announced by EPSRC on behalf of Research Councils UK to improve knowledge sharing between universities and the Catapults
EPSRC, alongside the other Research Councils and Innovate UK, have today published their gender pay gap reports.
New Centre will bring together multi-disciplinary team to develop and deliver internationally-leading energy demand research.
Analysis highlights £3.40 return for every £1 invested by EPSRC on research equipment.
EPSRC publishes 2016/17 Impact Report
The UK government has (5 March 2018) issued a document to clarify the UK’s eligibility to participate in Horizon 2020, the EU's flagship programme for science and innovation.
New Council members with diverse range of skills and experience across academia, industry and government appointed
New awards competition, Connected Nation Pioneers, recognising UK doctoral students helping development of a Connected Nation announced.
First Rosalind Franklin Institute and Science Photography Competition winner also announced at event
A medical imaging technology under development has enabled doctors to see bacteria deep inside patients' lungs for the first time.
An image of a single positively-charged strontium atom, held near motionless by electric fields, has won the overall prize in a national science photography competition, organised by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
The call is now open for around 15 Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs) focused on areas relevant to Artificial Intelligence (AI) across UKRI's remit.
Forty-one UK universities to share in funding that will support Doctoral Training Partnerships over a four-year period.
Fifteen new projects announced to develop new healthcare technologies
Five new research projects that take novel approaches to challenges in data science announced
Four projects awarded to ignite a revolution in UK battery research, and address battery challenges faced by industry.
EPSRC announces opening of call for £492 million investment in Centres for Doctoral Training