Fighting Crime, Increasing Security - A Call for Proposals

Deadline: 02/03/2006
January 13, 2006

Scientists and Engineers can contribute new scientific and technological solutions in the fight to reduce crime and increase our security. Working with user organisations in the public and private sectors, they can develop a good understanding of the problems and devise innovative solutions. EPSRC has set aside up to £6 million for this call to support research proposals and networks from UK academic researchers, in partnership with user organisations.

Details here
Contact: Katie Daniel
Address: Polaris House,
North Star Avenue,
Telephone: 01793 44 4115

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