Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council

Deadline: 18/05/2001
September 29, 2003

Many of the new opportunities or major advances in research lie at the boundaries between the traditional disciplines within science, engineering and technology. The EPSRC wishes to encourage innovative proposals that bring together researchers from different disciplines to work on novel research projects where they are breaking new ground in research. Proposals are invited for new collaborations at the interface or from existing collaborations that are moving into a new area. Initially, applicants are required to complete an outline application form (available online).
Contact: Claire Blay (engineering) Rebecca Haskins (science)
Telephone: 01793 444115 (CB) 01793 444161 (RH)

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