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Comprehensive Spending Review protects science and research

19 Oct 2010

Today, the government announced its four-year Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR) in which science and research is protected and reforms for HEIF promised.

Spending review spares science budget from deep cuts

19 Oct 2010

The Guardian reports that the science budget will be spared major cuts in tomorrow's spending review as the government looks to limit the damage to Britain's research and innovation base.

European Investment Bank: Provides £500m for UK education and science parks

14 Oct 2010

Funding for education and innovation will receive a significant boost from a targeted GBP 500m financing package to three UK banks from the European Investment Bank, the European Union's long-term lending institution.

David Willetts provides innovation and enterprise indicators at Innovate 10

13 Oct 2010

David Willetts addresses delegates at Innovate 10 conference.

AUTM: Statement on "Managing University Intellectual Property in the Public Interest" report

4 Oct 2010

The Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) welcomes a new report that concludes that technology transfer process is more effective.

CBI: Business-University collaboration for research and innovation

17 Sep 2010

This guide is designed to help CBI members who are interested in establishing or building collaborative relationships with universities for their research and innovation work.

NESTA: Doing the business

31 Aug 2010

This study concludes that businesses and universities do, and should continue to, work together.

The Royal Society: makes case for investment in science

16 Jul 2010

The Royal Society has written to the Government to make the case for investment rather than cuts to science funding in the next CSR.

Science to drive economic growth

9 Jul 2010

In his first major speech, David Willetts, Universities and Science highlights science as driver in rebalancing the UK economy.