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May 19th, 2006

52m boost for Higher Education innovation

Targeting the early signs of disease, boosting the number of entrepreneurs, and getting UK creative industries into China are some of the award winning projects sharing in 52 million for higher education institutions, Trade and Industry Secretary Alistair Darling announced today.

The eleven competitive winning bids include: University of Leeds: White Rose Health Innovation Partnership. To develop new methods, not yet tried in the UK, to stimulate innovation in healthcare using the experience of medical technologies in the US. The next ten years will see radical treatments and technologies covering nanotechnology, biomedical materials and sensor technology that will focus on targeting prevention diagnosis.


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