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Vital Importance of Knowledge Exchange and Higher Education Innovation Fund Acknowledged by Jo Johnson 12 Oct 2017

Physics GCSE hits gender parity 3 Oct 2017

Announcement re David Docherty, Chief Executive, National Centre for Universities and Business 28 Sep 2017

£500m research investment stimulated by HEFCE’s UK Research Partnership Investment Fund (UKRPIF) 11 Jul 2017

Experience counts: Sectors unite to launch new venture for students 5 Jul 2017

National Centre Creative Fuse continues in the North East 29 Jun 2017

Find and fund innovation ‘hot spots’ to boost Welsh economy 28 Jun 2017

Assessment of Excellence across UK universities and colleges 22 Jun 2017

Professor Patrick Johnston 6 Jun 2017

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 

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Building local skills through the Santander Universities SME Internship Programme

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Connecting the dots: universities, communities and innovation

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Bright future for next-generation local electricity networks

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