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Brochure of the winning articles from the computer science writing competition 2006-07, which explain how research in computer science affects our lives.

Shows some of the benefits of collaboration between different organisations, and how the huge resource of skills and knowledge in universities can help to solve the important challenges facing society and business today.

Progress against the targets and milestones that were set out in the delivery plan and scorecard 2005-08

Brochure exploring the role of the mathematical sciences in our lives - in security, telecommunications and the internet, the environment, finance and economics, industry, transport and travel, and in medicine and biology.

Data and commentary aligned to the Government's reporting framework and demonstrates how the research and training we support contributes to an overall economic impact for the UK

Maps out the approach we will take to ensure that our funding for research, people and knowledge transfer meets the challenges of the future for the UK

Sets out performance metrics for 2005/06 - 2007/08

First in a series of booklets covering the main areas of physics.

Brochure explaining the IDEAS Factory’s innovative way of generating research projects coupled with real-time peer review.

Landscape document including information on Basic technology, biological systems, bioprocess engineering, complexity science, fundamental biology, human health and technologies of the life sciences.

Additional information regarding the format and content of the landscape documents including programmes and sub themes.

Landscape document including information on communications, computer science, electronic materials and devices, people and interactivity, photonic materials and devices.

Landscape document including information on e-Science, high performance computing and international.

Landscape document giving an introduction to EPSRC landscapes.

Landscape document including information on aerospace and aerodynamics, control systems and robotics engineering, design engineering, instrumentation, including microsystems, manufacturing, mechanical engineering, sensors and acoustics, structural materials: metals and alloys, structural materials: polymers, composites and ceramics and synthetic biology.

Landscape document including information on algebra and geometry, applied mathematics, mathematical analysis, mathematical aspects of operational research, mathematical logic and combinatorics, mathematical physics and statistics.

Landscape document including information on analytical sciences, atomic, molecular and optice physics, catalysis, condensed matter physics, functional materials, physical chemistry, plasmas, lasers and optics, structural ceramics and inorganics, structural polymers, superconducting, magnetic and photonic materials, surface science and synthetic chemistry.

Landscape document including information on built environment, process engineering, structural and ground engineering, transportation operations and management, waste and pollution, water and coastal engineering.

Following consultation with the academic community and its Strategic Advisory Teams, EPSRC is highlighting four new grand challenges in chemical sciences and engineering.

This newsletter includes a summary on plans for the future and information on a new form for reviewers.

Guidance on managing large research activities and centres - including suggestions for how to get started, clarification of the roles of steering groups, projects managers and other similar management elements.

Report of the workshop held on Wednesday 10 June 2009.

Third edition of our new quarterly magazine. Find out about the new techniques illuminating DNA evidence, how the world's thinnest material is set to make a big impact, how vital evidence from the recent Italian earthquake will help improve buildings and infrastructure and other features.

Transcript of the town meeting that represented the international review of chemistry report

Report of the workshop held on Wednesday 24 May 2009.

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