news: Media Coverage

Medical camera makes light work of seeing through the body

EPSRC-funded scientists, from Heriot-Watt University and the University of Edinburgh, have developed a camera that can see through the human body.

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news: Press Release

UK-China projects to develop next generation of offshore renewable energy technologies

Collaborative, multidisciplinary projects will use environmental science, technology and engineering to tackle key challenges

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EPSRC Twitter Feed

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.@TheEngineerUK article on how @HudMetrology can save British industry millions ow.ly/kFon30fgIP8

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Congratulations to Prof Jonathan Tawn, co-director @STORiCDT, awarded a Distinguished Professorship @LancasterUnitwitter.com/i/web/status/9…

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RT @GW4Alliance: GW4, @metoffice & @cray_inc's world-first supercomputer, Isambard, has been shortlisted for #THEAwards https://t.co/IyWQ1M…

call: Invitation for outlines

Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration (IRC) in Targeted Therapeutic Delivery

The Healthcare Technologies theme is inviting outline proposals for an Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration in Targeted Therapeutic Delivery. Applications are required to be ambitious, collaborative and multi-disciplinary in nature. The proposals should build upon existing strengths and expertise and demonstrate potential to address the challenges of Targeted Therapeutic Delivery Technologies.

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call: Expression of interest

Review of Complexity Science as an EPSRC Research Area - Community Engagement Workshop

EPSRC invites Expressions of Interest to participate in a workshop to discuss the findings from the initial report and the results of the community consultation on the review of Complexity Science as an EPSRC Research area.

This article relates to the following themes Engineering ICT Mathematical sciences Physical Sciences
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call: Invitation for proposals

Industrial Systems in the Digital Age: Second Call for Proposals (Feasibility Studies)

The funded Network Plus: Industrial Systems in the Digital Age, funded through EPSRC's Manufacturing the Future theme, is launching its second call for feasibility studies.

This article relates to the following themes Digital economy Engineering ICT Manufacturing the future
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call: Expression of interest

Telling Tales of Engagement Competition 2017

The RCUK Digital Economy (DE) Theme is running a competition designed to help capture and promote the impact that your Research Council funded digital economy research is having.

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news: Media Coverage

New scan developed to predict stroke risk

Collaborative project to create MRI technique generates widespread media interest

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news: Press Release

Supergen Leaders selected to prepare research hub bids

Three leaders identified to lead the next phase of the Supergen Programme

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News

Capital Roadmap for X-ray Computed Tomography: EPSRC user survey

To get a better understanding of the future needs for investment in cutting-edge and underpinning equipment that will support world-leading physical science and engineering in the UK, EPSRC is working with the academic community to prepare a series of "equipment roadmaps".

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Blog

Manufacturing Medicines of the Future

Dr Qasim Rafiq discusses the challenges and opportunities of manufacturing cell- and gene-based medications.

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News

UK Research Councils join forces on mental health

New research agenda published ahead of cross-council call being launched

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call: Expression of interest

Prosperity Partnerships: EPSRC, Business and Universities - Second call

EPSRC are seeking Expressions of Interest for Prosperity Partnerships (Second call).

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call: Expression of interest

Collaborative research programme in decommissioning, immobilisation and management of nuclear waste workshop

The EPSRC Energy team is holding a one-day workshop to scope the direction of a potential future collaborative research programme in the decommissioning, immobilisation and management of nuclear waste to follow the DISTINCTIVE investment, which is coming to an end in 2018. This workshop will be held in Bristol on Tuesday 19 September 2017.

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news: Media Coverage

Gold discovery could improve cancer treatment

New properties of gold discovered which could improve effectiveness of cancer medication and reduce harmful effects

This article relates to the following themes Healthcare technologies Physical Sciences
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