Materials for Energy Supply – Call for Outlines

Deadline: 06/04/2006
February 15, 2006

EPSRC invites Outline proposals for the Materials for Energy call. Proposed projects should be collaborative in nature, with a "problem solving" approach, and a defined route to user exploitation. In addition, projects should address one of the two fundamental themes of the call: Materials Research for New Energy Generation Technology, and, Materials Research to Improve Current Energy Generation Technology. £5.5 million has been allocated towards this call and it is intended that four full projects will be funded at the conclusion of the call.

Details here
Contact: Neil Bateman
Address: The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, Polaris House,
North Star Avenue,
Swindon SN2 1ET
Telephone: 01793 44 4496
Fax: 01793 44 4187/4470
Email: Neil.Bateman@epsrc.ac.uk

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