TITLE

Government spending review to double science budget

AUTHOR(S)
Yeates, Harry
PUB. DATE
July 2004
SOURCE
Electronics Weekly;7/14/2004, Issue 2155, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Monday saw the Chancellor present his Spending Review to Parliament. Although its contents were not available, the feeling among policy watchers in the run up to the announcement has been that science should expect to do well. Peter Cotgreave, director of the Save British Science Society said that steps must also be taken to ensure the higher education funding councils have enough cash available to help universities make the most of that increase. Submissions from the representative body Universities UK, and from HEFCE itself, have echoed that sentiment.
ACCESSION #
14238428

 

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