Science minister suggests that the next leader of UKRI may come from a business background

Science minister suggests that the next leader of UKRI may come from a business background

Andrew Griffith, the science minister, spoke at Research Professional News Live, addressing several pressing issues within the academic and research community. He emphasized the government’s commitment to selecting the next leader of UK Research and Innovation from a diverse range of backgrounds. Griffith also commented on the recent libel scandal involving science and technology secretary Michelle Donelan, urging ministers to refrain from using inflammatory language and urging everyone to move on from the controversy.

Griffith’s remarks at the event touched upon various topics, including university finances and visa concerns for international students. He highlighted the importance of addressing these challenges to ensure the continued success and growth of the education and research sector in the UK.

The article on Research Professional News provides further details on Griffith’s statements and insights into the ongoing issues facing the academic community. The platform is accessible to Research Professional or Pivot-RP users, allowing them to log in and read the full article for a more in-depth understanding of the topics discussed at RPN Live.

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