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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
EPSRC announces 30% female panel membership.
Support announced for 28 pioneering new research projects with potentially transformative impact.
Professor Philip Nelson, EPSRC's CEO has been honoured in the New Year's list. Philip is to become a Commander of the Order of the British Empire.
New Future Vaccine Manufacturing Hub established with £10 million funding from Department for Health and managed by EPSRC
The EPSRC is looking to appoint up to 12 Council members from 01 April 2018. To ensure a balanced, representative cohort, we would be especially interested in receiving further applications from industrialists with a strong engineering background.
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Science Minister Jo Johnson announces investment of more than £11 million in three research consortia
Major £75 million investment in Cavendish Laboratory coincides with £85 million private donation from the estate of the late Ray Dolby
Three bids invited to prepare full proposals as part of strategic investment to deliver internationally leading research
More than £7 million has been awarded to the SuperSTEM Laboratory by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to operate as the National Research Facility for Advanced Electron Microscopy.
New institute at Queen's University Belfast funded by EPSRC and the National Cyber Security Centre
Postdoctoral fellowships to investigate new energy projects launched at ETI’s 10 Years of Innovation conference and exhibition.
EPSRC to join forces with government, industry and other organisations as part of a year-long campaign to showcase inspiring examples of engineering.
Study by researchers at Queen Mary University of London receives widespread media coverage