Yearly Archives: 2011
Read GuildHE’s Written Evidence on the Comprehensive Spending Review 2010, drafted in response to the Science and Technology Committee Select Committee call.
And all best wishes for the New Year
Read GuildHE / CREST’s summary of and response to the Government’s paper.
Higher Education and highly-skilled graduates are central to a more open and effective innovation ecosystem
Business Centre is the future for Bishop Grosseteste University College
Small, specialist and regional institutions are key to supporting growth in the UK through work with SMEs and micro-business, and on graduate skills and employability.
The UK Open Access Implementation Group (OAIG) highlights how greater access to research benefits the UK economy.
Response to HEFCE’s consultation on main and sub-panel guidance for the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014
Click here to read GuildHE / CREST’s response to HEFCE’s consultation on REF 2014.
Research into methods of assessing IBD will directly benefit patients.
CREST joins in to discuss the research funding landscape, concentration, Early Career Researchers and the importance of research and teaching to Higher Education.