The funding of research through the Framework Programmes of European Union
04 Mar 2002
In February 2001, SBS issued a document entitled Science Policies for the Next Government: Agenda for the Next Five Years, which set out a series of policies needed to support and enhance scientific research and education in the UK, and to strengthen both the links between science and the economy and the place of science in society.
That document inevitably requires updating and supplementing, partly because it did not cover every aspect of science policy and partly because circumstances are continually changing. With this in mind, during the course of the current Parliament, SBS is publishing a series of supplements to our Agenda for the Next Five Years.
The Office for National Statistics have released the latest business enterprise research and development data for the UK in 2022.
Read CaSE’s representation to HM Treasury for Spring Budget 2024.
DSIT released a series of announcements as it marked its first anniversary on 9th February 2024. Below we take a look at some of these updates.
What does the 2023 Autumn Statement mean for research and innovation?