The UK government’s minister for universities, science, research and innovation, Jo Johnson, (pictured) has proposed a knowledge sharing benchmark to help assess the commercialisation performance of UK institutions. The plans, dubbed the Knowledge Excellence Framework (KEF), seek to further improve revenues from the UK’s commercialisation sector, which was worth £4.2bn ($5.6bn) in 2015-2016, according to…

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