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Narrative final report for 3D-mintegration: The design and manufacture of 3D integrated miniaturised products grand challenge.

A joint response to the panel’s recommendations containing a number of agreed actions

Building a UK foundation for the transformative enhancement of research and innovation.

Action plan in response to the review of nuclear physics and nuclear engineering, based on the panel's recommendations and input from the nuclear physics and nuclear engineering communities

Landscape document including information on collaborative grants, sector connectivity, programme connectivity, user collaboration, strategic partners, leading centres, centres for doctoral training, knowledge transfer accounts, swot analysis and summary.

Our strategy is to deliver greater impact than ever before. It will focus research on the needs of the nation and commit greater support to those scientists and engineers who are world-leading.

In August 2009 EPSRC and STFC convened an Expert Group to assist in developing a 20-year vision for UK fusion for energy. This document provides the commentary that underpins the Expert Group’s 20-year vision for fusion as an energy source.

Renedi report published in February 2010.

Narrative final report for the Remedi Grand Challenge.

Presentation by Professor Carole Goble at the town meeting held on 09 February 2010 based on the review of OSI report developing the UK's e-infrastructure for science and innovation

Transcript of the town meeting held on 09 February 2010 that represented the RCUK review of e-science

Research challenges identified by the online survey respondents.

This document outlines the economic impact of the research that the EPSRC is supporting. Progress is set against a baseline that was first set in 2007. This document provides an update on how EPSRC is delivering a significant increase in the economic impact of its investment in research and training

2003 Mathematics International Review

This newsletter includes a summary on plans for the future, changes to the panel process and information on a new form for reviewers.

Landscape document covering research capability, swot analysis and perceptions

Selected extracts from a number of reports related to research in ground and structural engineering.

Collection of roadmaps and priority setting reports related to the review which have been published in recent years.

Document containing a variety of data drawing comparisons between various Engineering and Physical Sciences (EPS) ‘units of assessment’ (UoA) from the outputs of the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE).

Information supplementing the data included in the 2009 EPSRC ground and structural landscape review document.

Questions, quantative results and text box responses from the three online surveys (academic, industry and international).

Impact case studies from the online questionnaires.

Detailing the main recommendations of the report. In 2009, an expert panel of academics and industrialists was convened by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to review UK academic research in ground and structural engineering (GSE).

A follow-up event that drew upon the outputs of the theme day workshops and ongoing dialogue with the photonics community. (This document has been made accessible as far as possible to users of assistive technologies. In the event of any issues, please webteam@epsrc.ac.uk.)

Fourth edition of our new quarterly magazine. Find out about the role of carbon capture and storage in the global bid to tackle climate change, how science is helping to make Britain’s largest city centre redevelopment project its greenest, look in to a computer scientist’s journey to cyberspace’s security frontier and other features.

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