Tagged: industrial strategy

Small but Perfectly Formed: supporting the “small” research group

This blog first appeared on the GuildHE website. As demonstrated by REF 2014, research at UK higher education institutions both world-leading and diverse. Research England, the new research funding body, is paying heed to this fact, with policies and programmes …

GuildHE funded research drives innovative solutions to Industrial Strategy Grand Challenges

(c) Zach Pendleton

Two projects using sound and advanced digital creative technologies will be developed to drive innovations in learning in schools and care of people with Dementia thanks to funding from CREST, GuildHE’s research network.  Memory Tracks will investigate the impact of …

Harper Adams wins £200K funding for project to boost plant health and biosecurity sector skills

Harper Adams University is among 34 UK institutions revealed to have won funding from the HEFCE Catalyst Fund to commence projects that support the UK Industrial Strategy. £200,000 has been awarded to Harper Adams, which will work with DEFRA, APHA, FERA as …

Higher education innovation funding – underpinning a truly national industrial strategy

In amongst all the discussion about Toby Young you may have missed the email from David Sweeney (incoming Executive Chair of Research England) about knowledge exchange funding – and in particular the how the first wave of additional £40m Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF) as part of the Industrial Strategy might be allocated.