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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Research into medical imaging instruments and signals for therapeutic, monitoring and diagnostic purposes. This research area includes instrumentation, image visualisation and image interpretation.
This research area focuses on electronic devices for processing information, including new applications, new materials and the integration of novel technologies into electronic components.
Research into all aspects of microelectronics design, from the development of novel designs to research into design tools, processes and design automation.
Microsystems is a broad spectrum of underpinning micro-engineering research aimed at developing novel miniaturised micro-structured devices.
This initiative aims to support and develop research on multimorbidity, working closely with other research councils, funders and stakeholders to bring about advances in this complex multidisciplinary area.
Sound (including music and other natural and artificial sounds, except speech) and its intersection with computer science.
The exploration of computational techniques to learn, understand and produce human language content.
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 study of the properties of integers, using the tools of modern mathematics to address many basic unanswered questions.
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