2 edition of Industry-academic links in the UK found in the catalog.
Industry-academic links in the UK
At foot of cover: Higher Education Funding Council for England, PREST, Scottish Higher Education Funding Council, Higher Education Funding Council for Wales.
|Statement||Jeremy Howells, Maria Nedeva and Luke Georghiou ; with assistance from Janet Evans and Susan Hinder.|
|Series||Report -- 98/70|
|Contributions||Nedeva, Maria., Georghiou, Luke, 1955-, Evans, Janet., Hinder, Susan., Higher Education Funding Council for England., PREST., Scottish Higher Education Funding Council., Higher Education Funding Council for Wales.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||103|
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