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International cyber threat reduction collaboration
23 December, 2015
The EPSRC and researchers in Singapore have started a collaborative project for improving infrastructure resilience to cyber attacks
Research programme begins on high performance data analytics
13 November, 2015
Intel has joined the Alan Turing Institute to embark on a research programme examining data analytics and high performance computing
Funding call of IoT trust and security hub
05 June, 2015
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council is working with a number of universities on the creation of a hub to address privacy, trust and security in the Internet of Things
Centre for Secure Information Technologies investment award
20 March, 2015
The EPSRC has awarded an investment of 5 million pounds for cyber security research at the Centre for Secure Information Technologies
Consortium to be formed for big data analysis institute
21 July, 2014
The Alan Turing Institute is being grown by EPSRC to fulfil its role in the analysis and application of big data
Expanding Fabric Provides Advantage In Blast Protection
22 June, 2010
The EPSRC is working on a collaborative project for the development of blast curtains using a fabric with properties that varies its thickness during stretching