Brexit, the Higher Education and Research Bill and supporting disruptive innovation
Date: 2 February 2017
Location: Central London
This timely conference will draw together key policymakers and affected stakeholders to discuss the future of science and innovation policy. It is held at a time of uncertainty over the long-term impact of the EU referendum result on UK science funding and collaborations. It also follows the Government’s commitments, in the Autumn Statement, to increase research spending by £2 billion a year by 2020, a new Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund focused on ‘priority technologies’, such as robotics and biotechnology, and a review of R&D tax incentives.
To view the latest agenda, speaker line up, and to register your place visit the event website.