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RCUK Reports

These publications report on our past and future performance and contain information on how we are delivering our objectives. The reports within this area also focus on the outputs from research and how we achieve Excellence with Impact.

Archived versions of these documents can be found in the publications archive area

Business Plan Competition

The Research Councils Business Plan Competition was set up to help researchers turn great research into great businesses.

04 December 2010
User Satisfaction Survey

In summer 2010 Research Councils UK (RCUK) commissioned Ipsos MORI to undertake its second User Satisfaction Survey.

10 November 2010
Beacons for Public Engagement

An independent review of the Beacons for Public Engagement, carried out by People Science and Policy.

15 October 2010
Research for our Future: UK business success through public investment in research

Research Councils UK (RCUK) believes that strategic delivery of focused research programmes, alongside nurturing innovative basic research, is the key to fostering economic recovery, ultimately placing the UK in a position of leadership on the world stage of research and innovation.

12 October 2010
RCUK Review of Energy 2010

This review is organised by the EPSRC on behalf of all UK Research Councils and in conjunction with the learned societies to provide an independent assessment of the quality and impact of the UK programme.

27 May 2010
Absorbing Research, The Role of University Research in Business and Market Innovation

This report which investigates the valuable contribution of university research to market innovation with recommendations to improve university-business collaboration.

24 May 2010
CIHE Report on Value of Graduates and Postgraduates

Investment in higher education brings expected economic benefits to employers, the economyand individuals. But, while much is talked about the contribution and value of higher education to the UK’s economic success.

09 February 2010

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