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Data is based on EPSRC's current portfolio in January 2009Version 1 PHYSICALSCIENCES
 

Summary: Data is based on EPSRC's current portfolio in January 2009Version 1
PHYSICALSCIENCES
PROGRAMME
programmeremit
The Physical Sciences programme remit
encompasses a wide range of scientific areas
including, but not exclusively: organic and inorganic
chemical synthesis; physical, analytical and
biological chemistry; synthesis and characterisation
of materials and materials modelling at the atomic
scale; atomic, molecular, optical and plasma
physics; condensed matter physics; lasers, optics
and surface science. Many of these areas are
collaborative across the programme.
Research, societal and economic impact
The true overall societal and economic impact of the current research funded via the
Physical Sciences Programme will not be felt for many years to come. Historically
underpinning chemistry, materials, and physics research has already had significant
impact upon areas such as energy (e.g. photovoltaics), drug discovery (e.g. synthetic
chemistry and chemical biology), information and communication technologies

  

Source: Aickelin, Uwe - School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences