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A research network has been awarded a three-year grant of £162,753 by the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC).
Professor Steve Hall from the Electrical Engineering & Electronics is part of a group of six academics from a variety of universities across the UK who will lead the network, called ‘e-Futures’, which will maximise the impact of UK electronics research.
The research network hopes to strengthen links with electronics technology and design communities to face critical challenges in the market.
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