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New scan to predict stroke risk

Researchers at the University of Oxford have developed a new type of MRI scan to predict the risk of having a stroke.

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Slow-melt ice cream could lead to lower-calorie foods

University of Edinburgh scientists have unlocked the secret of slower-melting ice cream, thanks to a new food ingredient.

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Robotic systems to help the elderly at home

Consequential Robotics, an award-winning University of Sheffield spin-out company, is developing companion and assistive robotic systems that will enhance quality of life as people age.

This article relates to the following themes Engineering Healthcare technologies
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Research into blast behaviour that could save British troops

Research by EPSRC-supported scientists at the University of Sheffield has shed unprecedented light on the behaviour of blasts produced by landmines and Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) and could aid the development of enhanced protection for UK soldiers on military, peace-keeping and humanitarian missions.

This article relates to the following themes Engineering
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Well-designed classrooms can boost learning

A University of Salford research project has found clear evidence that well-designed primary school classrooms boost children’s learning progress in reading, writing and maths.

This article relates to the following themes ICT
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Smarter maths generates better value insurance products

Research into data mining and statistical analysis by researchers at the University of East Anglia (UEA), has created more competitive insurance products while pioneering key advances in computer science and statistics for industry.

This article relates to the following themes Mathematical sciences
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Probe speeds detection of deep lung infections in patients

A medical imaging technology under development has enabled doctors to see bacteria deep inside patients' lungs for the first time.

This article relates to the following themes Healthcare technologies
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Radical sound-absorbing technology reuses 95% of production waste

Radical sound-absorbing technology reuses 95% of production waste

This article relates to the following themes Manufacturing the future
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Saving historic buildings from erosion

Scientists and preservation experts joined forces to help save historic York Minster Cathedral from decay and erosion.

This article relates to the following themes Engineering
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Driving down freight emissions

Researchers at the EPSRC Centre for Sustainable Road Freight (SRF) at the University of Cambridge, working with leading supermarket chain, Waitrose, have developed a more aerodynamic trailer design for articulated vehicles – cutting fuel consumption and pollution by around seven per cent.

This article relates to the following themes Energy Engineering
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call: Invitation for proposals

Resource Allocation Panel (RAP): Top-up of ARCHER resource on EPSRC grants (Spring 2018)

Access to the national high performance computing resource, ARCHER can be allocated as part of EPSRC grants at the time of the award. 

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Resource Allocation Panel (RAP): Access to ARCHER (Spring 2018)

EPSRC offers access to ARCHER through calls for proposals to the Resource Allocation Panel (RAP). Users can request significant amounts (>1,000kAUs or >66,667 ARCHER core hours) of computing resource over a maximum 1 year period. The aim of this call is to provide access to our national state-of-the-art high performance computing facility for proposals of high scientific quality that would benefit from ARCHER.

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Resource Allocation Panel (RAP): Open Access to Tier 2 (Spring 2018)

EPSRC is offering open access to five Tier-2 High Performance Computing facilities through this call for proposals. The five facilities users can access through this call are: Cirrus, GW4, CSD3, HPC Midlands +, and JADE. Further details on each of these centres can be found in the call document. For details on how to access The Materials and Molecular Modelling Hub (MMM Hub), please see their website.

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