Boost for pioneering international collaborations in energy, healthcare and artificial intelligence
- £3.6 million of funding boosts the scale of international university partnerships in research areas including energy storage and recycling, ageing and wellness research and digital technologies and manufacturing
- Projects will explore the potential impact of driverless cars on vulnerable road users, drive innovation in biomedical manufacturing and develop new early detection tools to prevent cardiovascular disease
- The eight universities are to receive the first ever investment from Research England’s International Investment Initiative (I3)
International university partnerships leading research in areas such as the development of new early detection tools to prevent cardiovascular disease, the impact of driverless cars on vulnerable road users and manufacturing technologies for biomedicines have been boosted through a new funding initiative, announced today.
Eight universities have been awarded £3.6 million of funding by Research England, part of UK Research and Innovation, to scale up international research collaborations with universities and research organisations outside the UK.
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