Physics Research

- Thursday, 10th January 2008

 

 

Written Parliamentary Question (WPQ)
10.01.2008
470 c805W
Lilley, Peter
Physics Research
To ask the Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills what steps his Department is taking to support physics research in the UK.
Dept for Innovation, Universities and Skills
Pearson, Ian
The overall science budget will be almost £4 billion per year by 2010-11, taking our support for the UK's research base to its highest level ever.Our overall expenditure on physics research, postgraduate training and facilities through the Research Councils will exceed £500 million per year by 2010-11.Our overall expenditure on physics research, postgraduate training and facilities through the research councils will exceed £500 million per year in 2010-11. This includes investments from the Science and Technology Facilities Council, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, Natural Environment Research Council, Medical Research Council and the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council.In addition, UK universities receive funding from the Higher Education Funding.
177261
07.01.2008
10.01.2008
House of Commons (HoC)
Commons Chamber
Answered
07-08

 

 

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