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The aim of this programme is to support high quality and collaborative research into myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as ME/CFS, a complex and serious debilitating medical condition with a diverse range of symptoms.
The exploration of computational techniques to learn, understand and produce human language content.
Joint Programming Initiatives (JPIs) are a European Commission (EC) initiative to support intergovernmental collaborations to tackle grand societal challenges beyond a national level. They support European and wider coordination of national and regional research programmes and pooling of resources.
This research area supports collaborative research into neurodegenerative diseases, with the ultimate aim of developing risk reduction strategies for the future.
This board supports research into disorders of the human nervous system, addressing challenges such as mental illness, and exploring the study of brain tissue.
BBSRC has identified industrial biotechnology in its strategic plan as a priority area to reduce dependency on petrochemicals and help the UK to become a low carbon economy, contributing to the targets for reducing emission of greenhouse gases.
The Newton Fund builds research and innovation partnerships with developing countries across the world to promote the economic development and social welfare of the partner countries.
Research into the mathematical treatment of systems which do not satisfy the principle of superposition (in other words, systems where the outputs are not directly proportional to the inputs).
Research into issues concerning the generation of electricity by harnessing energy released when an atom’s nucleus splits.
The Science and Technology Facilities Council nuclear physics programme supports research in four broad areas, nuclear structure, nuclear astrophysics, hadronic physics and theory.
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