Government unveils £1.1 billion plan to bolster future skills

Will fund training of over 4,000 students across the UK

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Government unveils £1.1 billion plan to bolster future skills

The UK government has unveiled a funding package aiming to upskill thousands of individuals in fields including AI, quantum computing, 6G and medicine.

Science and technology secretary Michelle Donelan made the announcement at the annual Maths Summit in London's Science Museum, setting out a strategic vision to bolster the nation's proficiency in ...

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