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The Business, Innovation and Skills Committee is holding an inquiry into business-university collaboration. This is following a one-off evidence session (PDF 255KB) on 28 January 2014 on Fraunhofer UK as an example of business-university collaboration. The Committee questioned Professor Martin Dawson, Head of the Fraunhofer Centre for Applied Photonics (and Research Director of the Institute of Photonics at the University of Strathclyde) and Professor Graham Wren, Chair of Business Engagement, University of Strathclyde, where the first UK centre was established in 2012.
Report published 1 December 2014. Government Response published 26 March 2015 as Command Paper, Cm 9053.
Business, Innovation and Skills Committee publish report on Monday 1 December
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Committee announces final evidence session on Business-University collaboration
Committee announces further evidence session on Business-University collaboration
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Business, Innovation and Skills Committee takes evidence at the Transport Systems Catapult, Milton Keynes
Committee announces details of further evidence session at The Satellite Applications Catapult, Harwell, Oxford
Committee to hear first witnesses in its inquiry
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Committee to hear from representatives of Fraunhofer UK and the University of Strathclyde