Biosciences funding: UoN joins UK top three


February 1st, 2018

The University of Nottingham is celebrating outstanding success in securing UK government funding for world-class biosciences research.

Nottingham has overtaken the universities of Edinburgh and Oxford to rank third in BBSRC funding behind Cambridge and Manchester. Our Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council portfolio now stands at £71m.

Professor Melanie Welham, Chief Executive of BBSRC, highlighted Nottingham’s outstanding performance in the past year during a visit the University.

Read more on the Research Exchange blog.

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