Nodes of knowledge

20th February 2009 at 00:00

Doncaster, Sheffield and Wakefield colleges have been awarded Pounds 25,000 to help share knowledge and expertise with local engineering and manufacturing businesses. The grant, from the New Engineering Foundation, will help to set up Knowledge and Technology Exchange Nodes (Ktens) which will help colleges to develop practical solutions to meet specific business needs across South and West Yorkshire.

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