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The implications of international research collaboration for UK universities

1 March 2016

International research collaboration front coverThis report from Digital Science and the Universities UK International examines UK universities, international collaboration and research assessment, focusing in particular on international academic collaboration across the UK research base and on the implications of EU and global collaboration for universities, research assessment and the economy.​


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