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Lambert Review of Business-University Collaboration

Final Lambert Report

Richard Lambert published and presented his independent review of Business-University Collaboration to the Government on 4 December 2003.

PDF file of 'Lambert Review of Business-University Collaboration: Final Report' (417Kb) 4 December 2003
Press notice for 'Lambert Review of Business-University Collaboration: Final Report' 4 December 2003

Science & innovation investment framework 2004-2014

The Government has published a ten-year investment framework for science and innovation alongside the 2004 Spending Review. The framework sets out the Government’s ambition for UK science and innovation over the next decade, in particular their contribution to economic growth and public services, and the attributes and funding arrangements of a research system capable of delivering this. As part of its review, the Government considered and responded to the Lambert Review of Business University Collaboration. This response can be found in Appendix C to the Science & innovation framework.

Summary of Consultation Responses and Emerging Issues 

PDF file of the Summary of Consultation Responses and Emerging Issues Paper (173kb) 14 July 2003
Press notice for the Summary of Consultation Responses and Emerging Issues Paper 14 July 2003

Consultation responses

The full set of responses from institutions, who have given the review team permission to publish, are available below.  These responses do not necessarily reflect the views of either the Government or Richard Lambert.

Full set of responses from institutions


PDF file of the invitation to contribute to the Lambert review and the questions for consultation (24kb) February 2003
Word file of Richard Lambert's appearance before the Education and Skills Select Committee 17 March 2003

Useful links

The remit of the review
Questions for Consultation
Biography for Richard Lambert
Responses to the Lambert Review

External links

Innovation Report - "Competing in the Global Economy - The Innovation Challenge" (DTI website)

The main report and some of the other documents listed above are available in Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF). If you do not have Adobe Acrobat installed on your computer you can download the software free of charge from the Adobe website.  For alternative ways to read PDF documents and further information on website accessibility visit the HM Treasury accessibility page.

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