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  • Joint NewMind / NeuroD Proposal Development Sandpit
  • Since launching last year, the EPSRC-funded NewMind Network has held three successful proposal development Sandpit workshops. We are keen to support the continued development of proposals generated from the Sandpits we have run to date, and will be hosting a joint Sandpit on 18 May 2017 in Manchester.

  • European Magnetic Field Laboratory - User Meeting 2017
  • The yearly user meeting of the European Magnetic Field Laboratory for continuous fields (LNCMI Grenoble and HFML Nijmegen) and pulsed magnetic fields (HLD Dresden and LNCMI Toulouse), is sponsored by the EPSRC and the EMFL. It will be hosted by Prof. Amalia Patanè (The University of Nottingham, UK).

  • eFutures Annual Community Event (ACE 2017)
  • The themes for this year's eFutures Annual Community Event are the EPSRC Cross-ICT Priority areas: Cross-Disciplinarity and Co-Creation and Future Intelligent Technologies.

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  • How to tackle dementia with Mathematics
  • How to tackle dementia with Mathematics
  • Data Science: a new discipline to change the world
  • Data Science: a new discipline to change the world
  • Ever-increasing amounts of data, driven by wide-spread digitisation and other factors, has opened up opportunities to transform existing science and develop new avenues of research.

    Sir Alan Wilson is Chief Executive of The Alan Turing Institute, which is exploring the application of data science across fields as diverse as health, digital engineering and security.

  • Understanding Energy Demand
  • Understanding Energy Demand
  • Major reduction of CO2 emissions is a global priority, with the UK legally obliged to reduce greenhouse gases by 80% compared to 1990 levels by 2050. To meet these ambitious goals, we need a deep understanding of how and why energy is used. The six End Use Energy Demand (EUED) Centres aim to provide this understanding.

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