Early Bird Rates Available until 17th January
The UK is ranked as having the second strongest research base in the world behind only the US. The UK’s universities and research centers have an exceptional international reputation but there is room for improvement.
Given the spiraling costs associated with research and development the process needs to become more efficient and deliver better value for money. That may mean working more closely with other institutions, with the private sector, across disciplines and across international borders. If research is better co-ordinated and if resources are pooled more effectively than it is more likely that outcomes will achieve excellence and commercial success.
Confirmed To Speak:
Director of Knowledge Exchange and Special Projects, Technology Strategy Board
Co-Director Centre for Integrated Genomic Medical Research, Manchester University
Professor Paul Boyle,
President, Science Europe
Chief Executive, Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
At Research Networks: Developing Infrastructure to Support Science we will explore how to foster pioneering research and innovation. The programme will showcase best practice of knowledge transfer, collaboration and excellence, highlighting the network infrastructures that can help to deliver results.