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Plugging a multibillion-pound deficit exacerbated by June’s poll result may require ‘drastic measures’, analysts have warned

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More funding is needed to keep scientific research in the Netherlands strong, warn universities

Lightbulb innovation

South Korea and Japan lead Reuters’ Asia innovation ranking

John Latham, Coventry University

New University Alliance chair John Latham ‘wouldn’t want to be unaligned’ as an institution

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It is unclear what Theresa May’s policy will mean in practice, but it could draw universities into the heart of economic planning

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Knowledge exchange income is up to £4.2 billion, while university spin-offs and start-ups also posted strong growth

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Government plans rise in research spending to 2.5 per cent of GDP, far above UK

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Vice-chancellor predicts that sector’s ‘slightly snobbish’ attitude will be swiftly eroded

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Concerns raised over splitting research and universities, while Theresa May’s focus on ‘industrial strategy’ prompts questions

Hotel ICON

Times Higher Education’s debut event on universities’ innovation and impact will be held in partnership with The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

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Teesside has been hit hard economically by the closure of a steelwork plant and the loss of thousands of jobs, says Jane Turner. The area's university has a huge role to play in its recovery

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Energy, ingenuity and international outlook make HK a fertile territory for success, says Peter Mathieson

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David Matthews reports from Canada on a model that gives students up to two years in work placements

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Gearing research too far towards industry goals can lead to short-termist approach, warns Brian MacCraith

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Paper finds that UK sandwich course students ‘outshine’ their overseas counterparts in the final year of university

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Graduate start-ups also show employment and turnover growth, although fewer are being founded

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Academic casts doubt on universities’ spin-off success and impact on SMEs

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A UK university is leading a team to promote academic links with industry in Colombia, Panama and beyond

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Hermann Hauser, who led efforts to launch Catapult network of commercialisation centres, sees a major cultural difference between UK and Germany

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How do universities rated ‘best for industry connections’ improve their students’ employability?

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