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Recent Press releases

Women in engineering: year-on-year change remains stubbornly slow 6 November 2019

Recruit from a ‘reservoir of talent’ to tackle engineering skills shortages and improve diversity 8 July 2019

Celebrating the changemakers 19 June 2019

Ensuring future global competitiveness 7 November 2018

Girls needed to drive UK growth ambition 24 September 2018

NCUB launches 2018 State of the Relationship report 26 June 2018

National Centre calls for digital skills focus from NHS funding 18 June 2018

NCUB backs Reid Review in Wales 07 June 2018

NCUB reacts to AI in healthcare announcement 21 May 2108

Report calls for digital savvy workforce to capture benefits of health and care innovation 14 May 2018

NCUB reacts to Research England funding announcement 12 April 2018

David Docherty in Times Higher Education 6 April 2018

Report backs innovation deal for Wales 26 March 2018

David Docherty named Honorary Fellow 19 March 2018

Talent 2030 National Engineering Competition for Girls winners announced! 27 February 2018

British business turns to academia to supercharge major new R&D projects 23 February 2018

Devolved Administrations’ Innovation Activity: new report 12 February 2018 

More than 2,000 female students enter Talent 2030 11 January 2018


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