Information on getting started with managing your award.
How to request extensions and other changes through the Joint electronic submission system (Je-S).
Guidance on collaboration agreements and managing intellectual property, including EPSRC requirements, links to Lambert model collaboration agreements and information about sub-contractor agreements for company-funded research.
In making a grant, the EPSRC intends that the investigator shall have reasonable freedom and flexibility to manage the available resources according to the needs of the project.
There are circumstances where interruptions or delays are unavoidable, and grants can be extended by an overall total of up to 12 months to compensate for these. This includes maternity, paternity or adoptive leave.
If a principal investigator resigns or retires during the period of the research grant, a replacement may be nominated by the relevant Head of Department and a request made to continue the research.
Ownership of intellectual property (IP) from EPSRC-funded research, our IP policy, and guidance on IP issues.
Guidance on managing large research activities and centres - including suggestions for how to get started, clarification of the roles of steering groups, projects managers and other similar management elements.
If you are moving from the UK to an academic post at a university in another European country, you may be able to transfer any EPSRC grants that you hold to your new organisation.
EPSRC attaches great importance to the dissemination of research results.
Information about researchfish®, which replaces the Research Outcomes (ROS) system formerly used by AHRC, BBSRC, EPSRC, ESRC and NERC.
Guidance and advice about publicising your EPSRC funded research.
Guidance on what happens at the end of your grant.
Expenditure Statements are used to reconcile the actual expenditure with the payments made. The Final Expenditure Statement (FES) is sent via the Je-S system to the Finance Office at the end of the grant.