Six universities join forces to boost health using data science

13th February 2018

A historic combination of six Scottish universities has been selected for a £54 million programme to improve health through better use of data.

The universities of Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, St Andrews, and Strathclyde have joined together for the first time in the field of data science and have been selected to be part of a UK-wide project.

Health Data Research UK is awarding £30m to six sites across the UK – Scotland, Wales/Northern Ireland, London, Cambridge, Oxford and the Midlands – with a further £24m to be invested later to address healthcare challenges using data science.

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