More than a game? Digital gaming therapies and mental health in young people

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Games get serious for mental health professionals

The National Centre’s Digital Healthcare and Healthy Living 2030 Task Force publishes their first report. Read about findings and recommendations here.

University and Siemens partner to accelerate digital industrial innovation

New multi-million pound network to be established in the UK to link businesses and academia to exploit digital technology opportunities.

State of the Relationship 2017

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The talent app

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Smart Specialisation Annual Report 2017

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The innovation tool

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Growing Value Wales

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Digital Healthcare and Healthy Living 2030

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Securing the internet of the future

As the internet continues to grow rapidly, guaranteeing our security online becomes more and more critical.

Global partnership to fight illegal wildlife trade

The Ivory Project is a wildlife crime research project, led by the University of Portsmouth, exploring the extent of the trade in ivory goods in the UK.

More than 2,000 female students enter Talent 2030

More than 2,000 female students have now entered the national engineering competition 'Talent 2030' since it was launched by the National Centre five years ago.

Bringing business university collaboration to life

There is still time to be included in the National Centre's flagship publication, the State of the Relationship, for the 2018 anniversary edition.

10 ways the University of Birmingham is transforming business

Robust, tangible and productive collaborations that are having a direct impact on the way business operates.

The government has promised more R&D. Where will the money come from?

R&D investment in the UK currently stands at around 1.7% of GDP, just over £30bn per year. The government is promising a 50% increase by 2027.

Power Up: UK Skills

Deloitte’s latest Power Up: UK skills report examines the opportunities for employers, educators and policymakers of recognising transferable skills.