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UK’s plan to become ‘science superpower’ unveiled

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Framework sets out priorities to achieve goal by 2030, but experts call for more money

The UK government has published its plans to make the UK a “science and technology superpower” by 2030, and announced £370 million in funding to boost infrastructure, investment and skills.

The new Science and Technology Framework published on 6 March sets out 10 priorities—including increasing R&D investment and focusing on “critical” technologies.

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