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This short film highlights the work of RCUK China, enabling joint research in global challenges between the UK and China.
This short film features impact highlights from a range UK-India research programmes. The film complements the initiatives of the UK and Indian research communities and highlights the way in which RCUK India adds value to this collaboration.
This film features interviews with Professor Rick Rylance, Chair of RCUK and Chief Executive of the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and Professor Jackie Hunter, Chief Executive of the Biotechnology & Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC).
RCUK have commissioned a short film showing current and former members of a number of the Research Council boards talking about their experiences as a member, the benefits, how they have contributed; and what is required as a member. The film emphasises the need for a diverse membership on our respective Councils.
Featuring leading scientists and sporting legends Roger Black CBE, Tom Daley, Sarah Springman OBE, and Simon Hiscocks.
From the Cutting Edge 2012 series, Professor Steve Haake hosts an evening of debate that looks at the research that lies behind Team GB’s success, Dr David James leads discussions on how far research and new technologies should be used in the quest to win gold.
From the Cutting Edge 2012 series, Andy Banks, coach of Team GB stars such as Tom Daley discuss how research brings out the best in his athletes.
From the Cutting Edge 2012 series, this event featured a top Team GB sailor who discussed their experiences using the latest research in their quest for success. Hosted by Professor Steve Haake, one of the UK’s top sports scientists.
From the Cutting Edge 2012 series, this event highlights the next in a series of events about the research behind sport that is helping maximise UK athletes’ potential for top results at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
From the Cutting Edge 2012 series, this event was an opportunity to question both the cutting-edge researchers and high-achieving athletes. Hosted by Professor Steve Haake, one of the UK’s top sports scientists.
From the Cutting Edge 2012 series, this event was an opportunity to question both the cutting-edge researchers and high-achieving athletes.
A film that shows how engaging with the public is important for research.
Exploring the benefits of public engagement with research, this film features interviews with leading figures from the academic and research communities.
A new film to accompany the 'Research for our Future: UK business success through public investment in research' report. A full copy of the report is available from RCUK here
An introduction to how the RCUK Energy Programme is helping the transition to a low-carbon economy.