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£68 million awarded to the latest ground-breaking research and innovation projects in robotics and artificial intelligence systems.
Eight projects will address key long-term health challenges through technology development
Prize awarded to UK-India programme developing environmentally-friendly and cost-effective solar technology
Science Minister announces series of joint UK/India investments in energy research funded by £4 million from the Newton Fund in India
An alliance of UK Health Departments, Research Councils and charities are pleased to announce a new funding call to address challenges in the primary prevention of non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
Two new films highlight the role of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) in supporting ground-breaking engineering and cyber security research.
BLOODHOUND SSC, the EPSRC-sponsored rocket car, will be unveiled to the public this week as it performs a series of 200 mph runs at Newquay airport in Cornwall, England.
Professor Philip Nelson will serve as the Executive Chair of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) when it becomes part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
EPSRC has re-branded its Mid-Range Facilities as the EPSRC National Research Facilities.
Robotics activities and competitions now open for registration as details of third UK Robotics Week revealed.
The annual Key Partners event was held on 4 October 2017. The event continued the close relationship between EPSRC and top UK universities and businesses collaborating successfully on research and innovation at lower TRL levels, and on EPSRC's distinctive role in training and generating the high-level skills the UK needs.
Further SAT applications sought for Research Infrastructure - Capital and Fusion Advisory Board
UK-India solar energy project shortlisted for the 2017 Newton Prize
EPSRC-supported research shows using LED lights to enable data transfer does not affect light quality or environmental benefits.
On Wednesday 04 October 2017, EPSRC will be launching its fifth Science Photo Competition.
New research institute to drive and accelerate fundamental science and its translation into developing battery technologies unveiled.
We are looking for researchers to be part of the exhibition to showcase their EPSRC-funded projects at an event to be held at the Royal Society, London on Wednesday 21 February 2018.
EPSRC-funded scientists, from Heriot-Watt University and the University of Edinburgh, have developed a camera that can see through the human body.
Collaborative, multidisciplinary projects will use environmental science, technology and engineering to tackle key challenges
Collaborative project to create MRI technique generates widespread media interest
Three leaders identified to lead the next phase of the Supergen Programme
To get a better understanding of the future needs for investment in cutting-edge and underpinning equipment that will support world-leading physical science and engineering in the UK, EPSRC is working with the academic community to prepare a series of "equipment roadmaps".
New research agenda published ahead of cross-council call being launched
New properties of gold discovered which could improve effectiveness of cancer medication and reduce harmful effects
Survey to receive feedback on third phase of centre closes on 15 September.