An EPSRC-led call aims to develop technologies that promote digital equity
Co-creation with a defined citizen group will be crucial to success in this scheme.
All bids must include researchers at postdoc and lecturer level as co-investigators.
Bids must define the lasting impact their work will have on communities.
Although it is expected that computer scientists will be well represented among applicants, all bids must be multidisciplinary.
UK Research and Innovation’s digital economy theme is run by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, the Economic and Social Research Council, the Arts and Humanities Research Council and Innovate UK. The theme supports research into the impact of technology on community life, the economy and the future of society.
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