Towards a Sustainable Urban Environment: Call for Knowledge Transfer Bids

Deadline: 13/06/2006
March 28, 2006

EPSRC invites proposals for innovative bids in knowledge transfer (KT-SUE) within the Sustainable Urban Environment (SUE) programme. EPSRC is seeking to fund KT-SUE as a single, ambitious project through this call, led by a director. In parallel, EPSRC is seeking to support up to five new SUE consortia, details of which are available in a separate call.

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Contact: Kedar Pandya
Address: The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
Polaris House
North Star Avenue
Swindon
SN2 1ET
Telephone: 01793 44 4334
Email: kedar.pandya@epsrc.ac.uk

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