The government has promised more R&D. Where will the money come from? | Science

THE GUARDIAN | on Thu, Jan 4, 2:00 AM

After decades of lobbying, the government has promised to raise UK investment in research and development (R&D) to 2.4% of gross domestic product over the next ten years. Brexit is the big catalyst. The government is using R&D investment to combat stubbornly low productivity and persistent regional inequalities before new economic challenges appear. Governments have set out vague ambitions before but this time it’s more than just talk. An extra £2.3bn per year has already been added to govern...

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