The Faraday Institution has been invited to present to the EPSRC Science, Engineering and Technology Board (SETB) in May. SETB has been established to identify and champion bold new research challenges at the cutting edge of engineering and physical sciences for future investment – such as the ongoing work of the Faraday Institution’s community. A key role for SETB is to provide advice and scientific guidance to the EPSRC Executive and Council regarding identification of priority areas and positioning of areas for future critical mass investments.
Members of the broad UK research community may contribute by completing a survey by 20 April.
Survey results will contribute to the community commentary and provide the SETB with an understanding of the role the Faraday Institution and its research community play in the landscape, the additionality the organisation brings, progress thus far and advice as to how this can be expanded upon and how additionality can be enhanced.