Manchester uses multiple knowledge transfer fund

November 2006
Electronics Weekly;11/29/2006, Issue 2267, p5
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the University of Manchester, Manchester, England, which is planning to use its multiple knowledge transfer funding, after winning £500,000 from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. According to Manchester's director of external affairs Alison Bowen, the funds will be used to study whether knowledge has been successfully transferred into industry, and for funding research.


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