EPSRC is investing £4.5 million to safeguard the UK's water, energy and food security.
Our Film The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is the UK's main agency for funding research in engineering and the physical sciences. EPSRC invests around £800 million a year in research and postgraduate training, to help the nation handle the next generation of technological change.
RCUK and PraxisUnico are working together to deliver a joint competition to reward and recognize knowledge exchange, technology transfer and commercialisation professionals (KEC) who have excelled in enabling and facilitating the achievement of impact from the outcomes of research.
EPSRC is pleased to announce new members of our advisory bodies.
A study using Raman Spectroscopy reveals disease without damaging 16th-century bones.
With buried water pipes costing millions to replace being able to maintain them is vital. An EPSRC-sponsored research team at the University of Sheffield have been working with water companies to find ways to maximise performance of the UK water system that includes pipes over 100 years old.
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The Manufacturing the Future and Physical Sciences Themes of EPSRC are looking to support a series of projects addressing challenges in formulation science. The goal is to develop and improve manufacturing processes for the production of complex structured products, based on interdisciplinary research in fundamental and applied science.
This is a call for proposals that aims to foster collaboration between UK & Chinese academics who work in the field of Low Carbon Cities. Proposal should include at least one academic from both the UK & China plus demonstrate truly collaborative working which will lead to impactful outcomes.
EPSRC, as part of the Research Councils UK (RCUK) Energy Programme, invites proposals for collaborative research projects to undertake fundamental research that will advance low carbon fuels generation toward deployment.
This is a call for applications to the Resource Allocation Panel (RAP) for “top up” ARCHER resource to meet current grant objectives
Innovate UK and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) will invest up to £6 million in collaborative research and development (R&D) projects to encourage the development of smart products that use a combination of functional, hybrid and multiple materials.
EPSRC intends to augment the UK's existing research, innovations and skills investments by inviting institutions, or consortia of institutions, to submit proposals for Training and Skills Hubs in Quantum Systems Engineering. Hubs will contribute to the development of quantum technologies by delivering a coherent package of skills training, co-working and mobility, and career development initiatives to develop high-level skills in quantum engineering.
The National Quantum Technology Programme wishes to augment its existing network of capability through further capital investment. Proposals for capital funding are invited that will contribute to the expansion of the UK's quantum technology capability in one or more of four areas of strategic focus identified for this call.
EPSRC is inviting Outline Proposals for EPSRC Challenge Fellowships in the LWEC theme, with a closing date of 10 June 2015. Fellowships are offered at both the Postgraduate Fellowship and Early Career Fellowship level.
The EPSRC Healthcare Technologies theme invites applications to an initiative designed to create a cohort of the most promising future leaders who will develop new research capabilities across the EPSRC portfolio to address unmet healthcare needs.
Loughborough University in conjunction with Keele University, University of Leeds, University of Nottingham, University of Sheffield and University of York, is making two early career Fellowships available for exceptional candidates from the tissue engineering and regenerative medicine communities with an engineering and physical science background.
EPSRC, as part of the Research Council's UK Energy Programme, is inviting Expressions of Interest to participate in a workshop to help us scope our future investments in Industrial CCS.