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RA6d: Additional observations, Additional information

Academic re-alignment at UWIC, which culminated in the formation of the School of Applied Sciences in 1999, caused some hiatus in research productivity; however, this re-organisation was part of a long term strategy and is already paying dividends. Building on the research base established at last RAE, the current research profile of the Centre is continuing to improve. Since the last RAE, investment in the infrastructure (dedicated research laboratories) and in appointments of new and vigorous research staff have done much to build on existing research strengths to bolster the research base now and in years to come. Continued investment of resources into research-based activities will enable the Centre to capitalise on the strengths and achieve national excellence.

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