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UKRI is launching a new funding scheme with up to £375,000 available to support multidisciplinary research collaborations that spread citizen science methods into new fields of research and involve citizens to address societally-relevant issues.
Only 20 years ago DNA sequencing was expensive, time-consuming and required specialised lab equipment. Oxford Nanopore Technologies’ low-cost, fast, portable, nanopore-based direct sequencing technology is opening up a wide range of new applications that would not have been possible in the early 2000s.
Oxford University research uncovered critical flaws in the Bluetooth standard implemented in billions of devices worldwide. Through a responsible disclosure process, the flaws were remedied before they could be exploited, preventing significant harm to both manufacturers and consumers.
A freely-available suite of statistical tools developed at the University of Oxford is providing major companies with valuable tools for drug discovery.
Are you a current post-graduate researcher? Have you ever thought about turning your research into a startup? Or using your well-honed skills to work for a successful local start-up? MPLS Enterprising Women and Oxford Science Enterprises have joined forces to host this event just for you!
What happens when eight Oxfordshire community groups are given access to the world-class skills, knowledge and resources of the University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes researchers? Science Together is a brand new, grass-roots programme harnessing the power of community-led collaborative research projects to overcome challenges and seize opportunities to address pressing issues for people who live and work in Oxfordshire. On Tuesday 7 June, everyone is invited to interact with the community groups involved and try out some of the new approaches being developed.
STFC Impact Acceleration Account (IAA) Fund provides support for activities that will accelerate impact from University of Oxford’s research that falls within STFC remit. IAA funding is to be used for knowledge exchange related work for the benefit of STFC-funded researchers working in STFC core science remit areas: particle physics; astronomy; particle astrophysics; solar and planetary science; nuclear physics; accelerator science. STFC IAA funding will not support existing programmes or blue-skies research.
EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account (IAA) funding provides support for activities that will help to accelerate the impact from research that falls within the EPSRC remit. EPSRC IAA Funding Calls will be announced on a regular basis, usually once each term, until all of the available funding has been allocated.