Science and innovation policy published…

BIS imageHM Treasury and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills have today, 17th December, 2014 published their “Plan for Growth – science and innovation”.  While its tone is reassuring, with a General Election in the offing it makes no specific commitments to continuing  the ring fence on the Science Budget.  We’ll be watching carefully as discussions start about how to allocate quality-related research funding…

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