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Shapps grants £95m for advanced materials R&D

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UK business secretary says investment in Henry Royce Institute will “turbocharge Britain’s growth”

The Manchester-based Henry Royce Institute will receive £95 million for research on advanced materials, as part of the UK government’s pledge to “turbocharge Britain’s growth” and foster an “economy fit for the future”.

The funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) “cements the UK’s position as world-leader in advanced materials”, the government said, citing biomaterials, smart materials and nano-engineered materials as examples.

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