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Business funding prize on offer to enterprising students

A national competition to find the country’s best student business idea has attracted some of the most enterprising students in the UK. read more...


Northumbria University supporting SMEs to hire graduate interns

Northumbria University is set to launch a new fund to help small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) hire graduates in the North East. read more...


New programme launched to develop future manufacturing leaders

A new programme called Make Great has been launched by the manufacturer’s organisation EEF in order to help develop the next generation of leaders for industry. read more...


New partnership to match up-and-coming fashion talent on projects

A new partnership between the British Fashion Council and the Royal Academy Schools will see a project created that will match up-and-coming talent in visual arts and fashion. read more...


University proposes £100 million state-of-the-art life sciences laboratory

The University of Sussex has applied for planning permission for a new state-of-the-art life sciences building which will create around 600 new jobs. read more...


Regional businesses set to benefit from innovation project

A three-year programme that aims to encourage innovation across the Sheffield City Region has been launched as part of a joint initiative between the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University. read more...


Arts project receives £1 million boost to roll out across Sunderland

More people in Sunderland will have the chance to get arty as a popular project is set to be rolled out further after receiving extra funding. read more...


University of Lincoln secures funding to support students and local businesses

The University of Lincoln has managed to secure £150,000 of funding from the Santander Universities Division, which will be used to help students, staff and local businesses. read more...


Funding boost creates new engineering bursaries for students

Support from three charitable organisations will allow the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) to provide additional bursaries to students seeking a career in the sector. read more...


Young female engineers make national finals

Five young female engineers have been shortlisted for the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards 2016. read more...

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