This is a detailed list of all our councils’ themes, research areas, programmes and priorities. You can find what we are investing in and what resources you can access.
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This research area focuses on the theory and fundamental underpinning of Image and vision computing in both two dimensions (2D) and three dimensions (3D), across the electromagnetic spectrum.
The aim of this area of investment is to fund innovative applied research to address the implementation gap and progress interventions towards real-world impact. We expect this research to ensure that evidence-based health interventions are implemented in an accessible and fair way for the most vulnerable populations.
ESRC supports the creation of new insights from research and data collections into health and care services as well as research into the wider factors affecting physical and mental health including income, housing, social deprivation, and behaviours.
ESRC supports the creation of new insights from research and datasets around the development and delivery of equitable and efficient public services including in healthcare, welfare, housing, education, waste and policing.
The aim of this programme is to support research that will provide policymakers, regulators, businesses and local communities in India with information and solutions to help them tackle water quality issues and secure the provision of clean water, rejuvenate rivers, and restore ecosystems.
The aim of this collaborative programme is to:
The Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge supports development of low-carbon technologies and infrastructure, increasing industry competitiveness and contributing to the UK’s clean growth.
It will reduce the carbon emissions from energy intensive industries, such as iron and steel, cement, refining and chemicals.
The aim of the Infections and Immunity Board (IIB) is to develop our scientific understanding of human infectious disease and disorders of the immune system, translating these insights into health benefits and ensuring that the UK has the infrastructure, skills and expertise it needs.
The aim of this programme is to increase understanding of the impact that man-made structures such as oil and gas rigs and offshore wind farms have on the North Sea ecosystem. It will provide robust scientific evidence to inform environmental management strategies for future decommissioning.
The vision for ICT capability is to support UK scientists to deliver the very best research and training to meet the future scientific needs across the science base. This needs to be set in the context of the national provision and also how the UK competes in these areas internationally.
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