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EPSRC invites outline proposals for human-interaction with ICT

connectivity

EPSRC is inviting outline proposals which will look at opportunities for how humans will interact with ICT technology in the future which will involve areas such as wearable devices, autonomous systems and an internet of things. The call is being run in parallel with the “Making Sense from Data” call, which is being issued simultaneously by…

Energy catalyst – late-stage awards – pre-commercial technology validation

Energy Catalyst

The Energy Catalyst has been established by Innovate UK, the EPSRC and the Department of Energy and Climate Change and is open to innovative businesses and researchers from any sector who can address the three major challenges facing the energy sector – the energy ‘trilemma’ of: reducing emissions improving security of supply reducing cost. Expressions of interest are invited for their energy…

EPSRC Design the Future

Do You Remember the Future by JD Hancock CC BY 2.0

EPSRC has recently announced the Design the Future call, which aims “to encourage adventurous research addressing future design challenges, researching the effect of new science and engineering on the designers and the design process, leading to the development of future products, processes, devices, services and industrial and infrastructure systems.” What’s available? Up to £300,000 in total for…

RCUK-Brazil Research Partnerships Call

Brazil 2014 by Adrien Sifre CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

RCUK has recently released a call for research partnerships with Brazil as part of the £375M Newton Fund, which we blogged about earlier in the year: RCUK-CONFAP Research Partnerships Call Preliminary Notice – Deadline 17th Oct 2014 What’s the call about? The aim of this call is to provide flexible short-term support for small-scale research…

David Young

EPSRC and the Technology Strategy Board are inviting proposals for High Value Manufacturing Catapult fellowships. Fellowships will enable academic staff to spend six-month research visits, spread over one to four years, in one or more of the HVM Catapult centres. The projects must be aligned to work previously funded by EPSRC. Applicants should have a track record of EPSRC-funded research and strong awareness of the international context of their research. Deadline: 29th August.

 

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