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National Centre announces Growing Value Scotland Legacy Programme and support for the Reid Review of Innovation Centres

David Brown and Prof Sir Pete Downes, announced as co-chairs of the Growing Value Scotland (GVS) Legacy Programme.

The National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB) is an independent and not-for-profit membership organisation that promotes, develops and supports university-business collaboration across the UK.

Annual Review 2015-2016

Please see our Annual Review, highlighting the National Centre's achievements throughout the 2015-2016 financial year.

Solving 21st century problems: National Engineering Competition for Girls launches

We are thrilled to announce the re-launch of the Talent 2030 Engineering Competition for girls, celebrating young, ambitious female engineers of the future.

Chairs' Breakfasts

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Growing Value Scotland

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Search for a placement on ncub.co.uk

If you're a recent or soon-to-be graduate looking for a placement opportunity, take a look at our index of useful websites.

How can university-business collaboration aid the growth of place-based innovation?

In developing the Smart Specialisation Hub in partnership with the KTN, we recognise the importance of identifying and disseminating best practice.

Balance of Plant systems prototype help EES become sustainable energy systems integrator

This project allowed EES to acquire the new expertise needed in control and health monitoring techniques.

LEGO Serious Play – future or fad?

I was one of nine to play a part in a facilitated session building LEGO bricks with fun, engaging and informative briefs. It is amazing what you can build with LEGO.

Talent 2030 Dashboard Report 2016

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Learn about our collaboration platform, konfer

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NCUB Twitter Chat for those in the agricultural, university and business sectors to discuss a topic that is currently an area of focus for the NCUB Food Economy Task Force.

These new programmes involve a combination of vocational and higher education learning, in which both academic and occupational proficiencies are tested, and for which the attainment of a degree is an integral part of the course.