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Government commits to funding for science and tech research after EU split


"The government has promised to underwrite any funding proposals made under the European Union Horizon 2020 framework to safeguard the UK's cutting-edge science and technology research.

Chancellor Philip Hammond explained that the government will ensure that funding agreed by the EU will be continued when the nation eventually leaves the EU.

'Structural and investment funds projects signed before the Autumn Statement, and Horizon research funding granted before we leave the EU, will be guaranteed by the Treasury after we leave,’ he said.

The government added that facilities such as Manchester’s Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre, the Carluddon Technology Park in Cornwall and the Thames Valley Science Park will be among those to benefit from the promise.”


NCC Weekly News Update 23 August 2016 



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