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National Centre to sponsor Times Higher Award 19 May 2017

Productive university business partnerships vital to UK growth 10 May 2017

Building Our Industrial Strategy: Green Paper Response 24 April 2017

konfer digital platform a priority for Science & Technology 13 March 2017

National Centre Responds to Spring Budget 8 March 2017

Response to investment in science, research and innovation 2 February 2017

Response to the Industrial Strategy 23 January 2017

Response to Theresa May speech on Brexit 18 January 2017

Welcoming government commitment to digital mental health 10 January 2017

Record number of girls solving 21st century problems 10 January 2017

Government supports project to increase collaboration 22 December 2016

Letter: We must be open to high skilled international talent 21 December 2016

Making the UK Number 1 in Digital Health 20 December 2016

Harper Adams University & Dairy Crest win Award 25 November 2016

National Centre welcomes £2bn funding for science R&D 21 November 2016

Universities connecting with investors welcomed 17 November 2016

National Centre announces Growing Value Scotland Legacy Programme and support for the Reid Review of Innovation Centres 29 September 2016

Urgent government action and more industry coordination with universities needed to improve female uptake of engineering education 27 September 2016

Latest collaboration progress monitor published 18 August 2016

National Centre welcomes academic leader to its Board of Directors 14 July 2016

Stronger university-business collaboration vital to producing a step-change in Scottish innovation and productivity 25 May 2016

National Centre for Universities and Business responds to government white paper on higher education 17 May 2016

The health of business-university partnerships has never been stronger, but we need to do more and be better to help grow prosperity in the UK 10 May 2016

Developing industry/academia/student partnerships to deliver excellence in postgraduate education 31 March

NCUB submission to Lord Stern’s review of the Research Excellence Framework 22 March

Greater university and business interaction can boost innovation in Scotland 21 March

National Centre welcomes three academic leaders to its board 14 March

Food Sector Looks Forward at National Centre for Universities and Business Food 4.0 Summit 9 March

National Centre celebrates International Women’s Day 2016 with the launch of new video: Women in Leadership: the male perspective 8 March 2016

Record number of girls enter engineering competition 16 Feb 2016

Survey shows university researchers committed to boosting the economy by working with business 11 Feb 2016

Work experience vital to future success, say graduates 27 Jan 2016

Major new project aims to light the fuse of economic growth 21 Jan 2016

NCUB Green Paper, ‘Teaching Excellence, Social Mobility and Student Choice’ 20 Jan 2016

New analysis shows female engineering targets will not be met October 2015

Modernise work experience to improve graduate employability 27 October 2015

Growing Value Scotland Task Force - fostering a culture of innovation through increased investment in R&D 22 October 2015

Professor Dame Julia King joins House of Lords 13 October 2015

Teenage girls engineer solutions to world problems! 30 September 2015


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