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Newcastle Science City (NSC) is a long-term committed partnership between Newcastle University and Newcastle City Council.
The NSC partnership was established to maximise the North East’s scientific potential, raising awareness of the region’s scientific expertise across the world
Key achievements include:
From 1 April 2015, the NSC partnership will focus delivery on Newcastle Science Central, one of the largest developments of its kind in the UK, designed to support a thriving new community, creating jobs and making ground-breaking scientific advances.
The main webpage does not contain any evaluation or report that measures the impact of the measure.
In the previous stage, there were a number of case studies that provided a significant insight to the quality of work that was supported through the measure. For instance, North East web-based patient management company, Cievert Ltd., was set up three years ago by former NHS radiographer, Chris Kennelly, who wanted to create innovative products for the health sector. CaS-per is a web-based patient management system for radiotherapy and chemotherapy patients.
The measure supported good quality projects as it is evident from the case studies available on the website.
There is no visible evaluation on the main website.