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£3.5 million boost for Regenerative Medicine research programmes

Loughborough University

The Loughborough University-led Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Regenerative Medicine has been awarded £3.5 million from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to further its research programmes in this globally important and fast-growing field of the healthcare industry. Regenerative Medicine has the potential to revolutionise the sector and transform patients’ lives. It covers a wide range of ... Read More »

Nottingham receives £14.3m in funding for new research centre

University of Nottingham

The University of Nottingham has received funding to develop a Synthetic Biology Research Centre which will provide groundbreaking sustainable routes to important chemicals. Thanks to funding from Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), Professor Nigel Minton and his team, will use synthetic biology to engineer microorganisms that can be used to manufacture ... Read More »

Light fantastic – Southampton to share in £3.6 million for manufacturing research

University of Southampton

Research by the University of Southampton, which will explore how light can be used in new ways in innovative manufacturing processes and technologies, will share in £3.6 million funding. The funding, from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, (EPSRC), will be used to fund a number of 18-month feasibility studies that aim to advance core science towards manufacturing in ... Read More »

Southampton technologies to share in £85 million investment to drive UK growth

University of Southampton

The University of Southampton is to receive over £7 million of an £85 million investment into three key sectors, as part of the government’s ‘eight great technologies’ to drive UK growth. Speaking at the Global Intelligent Systems conference in London, David Willetts, Minister for Universities and Science, announced the results of a call for proposals issued by the Engineering and ... Read More »

Antimatter research: Swansea University’s £1.6m grant

Antimatter research

By Neil Prior A £1.6m grant will help Swansea University examine antimatter, and the question of why the universe exists. The money will go towards buying lasers capable of probing anti-hydrogen atoms, which are currently able to be created for only 15 minutes at a time. Antimatter is the atomic opposite of the material out of which the universe is ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes