call: Invitation for outlines

Invitation for 'Challenge Ideas'

The sponsors of the UK Regenerative Medicine Platform (UKRMP) have issued a call for ‘Challenge Ideas’ to provide an opportunity for all interested parties to highlight scientific areas, generic technologies and platform approaches that would significantly advance the overall mission of the Platform in its next phase.

Read more about Invitation for 'Challenge Ideas'
call: Invitation for proposals

Tackling global development challenges through engineering and digital technology research

The aim of this call, supported through EPSRC's Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) allocation, is to support an internationally-leading programme of research, centred around engineering and digital technologies, to tackle the challenges faced by the developing world.

Read more about Tackling global development challenges through engineering and digital technology research

EPSRC Twitter Feed

@EPSRC - 27 minutes ago
Invitation for challenge ideas! ow.ly/QVEM303z8tN @BBSRC @The_MRC ow.ly/yxDD303z8Fz https://t.co/iuJ3LnqNnA

@EPSRC - 17 hours ago
How humans and machines can collaborate to solve problems ... ow.ly/fScl303xKy5 @VentureBeat https://t.co/9572qmY1Sh

@EPSRC - 19 hours ago
RT @UoMGraphene: We want to hear from SMEs with innovative ideas for #graphene applications: graphene.manchester.ac.uk/collaborate/wo… https://t.co/rcdkfjr0mO

@EPSRC - 19 hours ago
RT @SoftwareSaved: Passion for #software ? Applications for our fellowship programme are now open! software.ac.uk/news/fellowshi… https://t.co/H7…

Blog

The engineering behind Olympic stadiums

We take it for granted that the sporting action at the Olympics will be framed by a majestic stadium. But why do stadiums take the forms that they do? And why do these forms often differ quite markedly from each other?

This article relates to the following themes Engineering Mathematical sciences
Read more about The engineering behind Olympic stadiums
call: Collaborative research

Nuclear Energy University Programs (NEUP) US/UK Collaborative Funding Opportunity

The RCUK Energy Programme (RCUKEP), led by EPSRC, would like to encourage the participation of UK researchers in the current DoE NEUP programme.

Read more about Nuclear Energy University Programs (NEUP) US/UK Collaborative Funding Opportunity
news: Announcement

RCUK welcomes HM Treasury statement on continuity of funding under Horizon 2020

The Research Councils have issued a joint statement welcoming the statement made by HM Treasury on continuity of funding for UK applicants to Horizon 2020.

This article relates to the following themes All themes
Read more about RCUK welcomes HM Treasury statement on continuity of funding under Horizon 2020
call: Invitation for tenders

Mid-range Facility in Advanced Electron Microscopy (AdvEM)

EPSRC is inviting tenders for a contract to run a mid-range facility providing a high-specification transmission electron microscopy service to the UK academic community and other users. The contract will run initially for three years with an option to extend it to five years subject to a review.

This article relates to the following themes Engineering ICT Physical Sciences
Read more about Mid-range Facility in Advanced Electron Microscopy (AdvEM)
Blog

What is an EPSRC YINI?

Since 2004, EPSRC has provided year-long placement opportunities for a number of Year in Industry (YINI) students.

Read more about What is an EPSRC YINI?
News

Balancing capability: Call for Evidence update

Details of information received and next steps.

Read more about Balancing capability: Call for Evidence update
call: Expression of interest

Prosperity Partnerships: EPSRC, Business and Universities

EPSRC wishes to support existing, strategic, research-based partnerships between business and universities by providing an opportunity for co-investment in large-scale, TRL 1-3 research programmes which address EPSRC's Prosperity Outcomes Framework.

This article relates to the following themes All themes
Read more about Prosperity Partnerships: EPSRC, Business and Universities
call: Expression of interest

Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Research

EPSRC and GCHQ are leading on a scheme to recognise UK Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACEs-CSR).

This article relates to the following themes Digital economy Global uncertainties ICT
Read more about Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Research
Blog

The answer to the next public health epidemic is in your hands

How can your phone predict a national health epidemic and advise of areas which may be of danger, to avoid? Vasileios Lampos at the University College London explains how user generated content may lead to breaking discoveries in public health surveillance, which could support major events like the Olympic Games.

This article relates to the following themes ICT
Read more about The answer to the next public health epidemic is in your hands
call: Expression of interest

EPSRC-JSPS Core-to-Core Collaboration in Advanced Materials

EPSRC are seeking Expressions of Interest for participation in the JSPS Core-to-Core scheme.

This article relates to the following themes Physical Sciences
Read more about EPSRC-JSPS Core-to-Core Collaboration in Advanced Materials
blog: Blog, Conference

The Transmed Student Conference 2016

Holly Fleming and Catherine Lynch are students in the EPSRC and MRC-funded Centre for Doctoral Training in Optical Medical Imaging (OPTIMA CDT). They tell us about the challenges involved in organising the inaugural Transmed Student Conference in May 2016. 

This article relates to the following themes Healthcare technologies
Read more about The Transmed Student Conference 2016
event: Blog, Conference

The Transmed Student Conference 2016

Holly Fleming and Catherine Lynch are students in the EPSRC and MRC-funded Centre for Doctoral Training in Optical Medical Imaging (OPTIMA CDT). They tell us about the challenges involved in organising the inaugural Transmed Student Conference in May 2016. 

This article relates to the following themes Healthcare technologies
Read more about The Transmed Student Conference 2016
news: Press Release

Revolutionary web browser lets you lead a smarter life when you get a HAT

WMG announces RUMPEL, a browser that lets users organise personal data into a private secure date wardrobe - a HAT (Hub-of-all-Things).

This article relates to the following themes Digital economy ICT Manufacturing the future Mathematical sciences
Read more about Revolutionary web browser lets you lead a smarter life when you get a HAT

Access Keys: