University/Industry/Governmental Interfaces—Joint R & D Projects—Do They Work?
New technologies, changing markets, emerging nations, population, employment, disposal of waste, diminishing known resources, wars and rumours of war have for time immemorial created great social and economic pressures for the industrial world. Today is no exception as we experience a rapid rate of change both nationally and internationally. The need and ability to adapt to technical, economic and political change have never been more prevalent both in our nation and in our volatile industry.
KeywordsDevelopment Domain Natural Environment Research Council Collaborative Research Programme Government Government Nature Conservancy Council
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