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Developing Non-Animal Technologies Collaborative Research and Development Competition

Innovate UK, the National Centre for the Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research (NC3Rs), the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), and the Medical Research Council (MRC) aim to support projects that will improve the discovery (early stages when active substances and their potential uses are identified) of new human and veterinary medicines, agrochemicals and chemicals and their assurance for effectiveness and safety as they are developed.

EPSRC Fellowships in Manufacturing (Call 5)

EPSRC are launching a fifth call in their successful Manufacturing Fellowships programme. This call is open to applicants with significant industrial experience who are looking to establish themselves in academia, or for those recently arrived into academia following a successful industrial career. Applicants are advised to discuss their plans with EPSRC in advance of submitting an application to this call.

Systems Integration of Energy Supply and Demand Scoping Workshop

EPSRC, as part of its contribution to the RCUK Energy Programme, is inviting Expressions of Interest to attend a one-day workshop on Wednesday 24 June 2015, to engage in discussion to identify research challenges in the area of systems integration of energy supply and demand.

Training and Skills Hubs in Quantum Systems Engineering

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.

Quantum Technologies Strategic Capital Investment Call

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/LWEC Challenge Fellowships

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 Postdoctoral Fellowship and Early Career Fellowship level.

 
 

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