Ministerial Launch of Science Budget Allocations to 2011
The science budget is to rise to £4 billion by the end of the Government’s current spending period in 2011. The Rt Hon John Denham, Secretary of State for the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS), today announced that cross-cutting programmes bringing together the UK’s Research Councils to focus on key areas of national importance, including climate change and energy security, would attract £1.3 billion of this extra funding.
Living with Environmental Change (LWEC) is one such interdisciplinary partnership, bringing together researchers and policy makers to tackle environmental change and the societal challenges it poses. LWEC benefits from £363 million of Government funding over the CSR period, outlined in the science budget allocations.
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