In the wake of the unification of the Seven Research Councils, Innovate UK and the research funding from The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) comes the much anticipated UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), responsible for £6 billion of public funding. With the new public body still in it’s infancy questions are now being raised of who exactly will benefit from the injection of funding, including the announcement from Primeminister Theresa May of the additional boost to research and development of £2 billion a year by 2020.
HE and Research Bill: changes must respect national differences | Times Higher Education (THE) Kirsty Williams and Julie James implore ministers to look beyond the Golden Triangle
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