Social Media

Social Media

The National Centre recognise the importance of our national and global reach online and have several social media channels we encourage you to connect with.

Whether you have Twitter, Facebook or YouTube we’re there, and as always we welcome your thoughts and ask you to join the debate. We update these channels daily with latest news and NCUB web content as well as delivering live updates at events and hosting Twitter chats.  

Below are NCUB's social media channels – we look forward to hearing from you.


LinkedIn Groups

NCUB also hosts two LinkedGroups, one for discussion for of university-business collaboration in general and one for the 50 Under 30 Network of future leaders.

Please request to join either the NCUB LinkedIn Group or the 50 Under 30 Network LinkedIn Group.


Storify is a service that allows for a collection of tweets to be saved and read together.

NCUB uses Storify to capture our live-tweeting and interaction with the public during NCUB events and our Twitter chats (see below).

Take a look at NCUB's Storify profile by clicking on the Storify logo to the right. 

Twitter Chats

We value what you have to say which is why we team up with our members to host #NCUBchat.

A twitter chat is a conversation held by inviting people to ask questions using the #NCUBchat hashtag and letting our members share their expertise. 

We work across a range of industries and subject matters so there will be a chat of interest to you, be it student employability, women in engineering, Knowledge Transfer Partnerships or the agricultural industry.

Recent Twitter Chats:

NCUB hosts an online discussion on students and technology

Talent 2030 takes part in online discussion on getting more girls into STEM

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