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- 1. 'The Next Leap Forward' – Four Quantum Technologies Hubs to lead UK's research drive
Technologies that will allow fire crews to see through smoke and dust, computers to solve previously unsolvable computational problems and construction projects.
- 2. Research England investment of £221m attracts £500m for 11 state-of-the-art research facilities
Research England is investing £221m in 11 brand new university research facilities across the UK that will support cutting-edge research and innovation in a wide range of specialist areas.
- 3. Prime Minister announces cutting-edge modern slavery research centre
A new research centre will focus on prevention, victim recovery, supply chains and law enforcement to help put an end to modern slavery.
- 4. Clean Air Champions appointed to spearhead major programme tackling air pollution
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and the Met Office have launched an ambitious new programme to improve air quality and reduce its health impacts in the UK with the announcement of three Clean Air Champions.
- 5. Genetic insights from 50,000 people to target new health treatments
- A treasure trove of genomic data on 50,000 people will pave the way for massive steps in understanding how the genetics and life-style factors contribute to the development of conditions like diabetes and arthritis.
- 6. Future Leaders Fellowships gives the freedom to deliver global impact
UKRI has today announced the first 41 Fellows funded through the initiative.
- 7. UKRI launches call for Stephen Hawking Fellowships
UKRI has launched its first call to support a new generation of visionary scientists, in memory of Professor Stephen Hawking.
- 8. Investment in innovations to transform patient outcomes
Cutting edge health projects, including new software which enables radiologists to diagnose breast cancer more effectively and gene therapy to combat kidney disease, have received £23 million of government funding.
- 9. Combining services to improve the lives of vulnerable teenagers with HIV
A new study has shown how combining key services in lower- and middle- income countries can contribute to improving the lives of vulnerable populations, including children and adolescents.
- 10. £45 million boost for big data bioinformatics research to drive discovery
A £45 million boost to data and building infrastructure will support major advances.
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