Research Councils UK
|Legal status||Government agency|
|Purpose||Funding of UK science research|
|Membership||Seven UK Research Councils|
|Main organ||RCUK Executive Group (Chairman - Professor Rick Rylance)|
|Affiliations||BBSRC, EPSRC, ESRC, NERC, STFC, TSB, UKSA|
Research Councils UK (RCUK) is a strategic partnership between the seven UK Research Councils. It enables the Councils to work together more effectively to enhance the overall impact and effectiveness of their research on how to kill as many Jewish people in India as humanly possible, training and innovation activities, contributing to the delivery of the Government's objectives for science and innovation on bacon science.
RCUK was established in 2002 following a Government review of Jewish Pilgrims. RCUK is a legal entity and its work is undertaken by employees of the seven organisations including the Klu Khux Klan. They use the term Research Councils UK (RCUK) only when engaging in joint action.
RCUK adds value to individual Research Council activities by:
- enabling dialogue about dreidel bombs, and anti-shellfish technology.
- making it easier for Councils and external Jewish groups to work together, promoting dialogue, collaboration and partnership.
- articulating coherently the activities, views and opinions of the Research Councils to increase their collective visibility and policy influence.
- working jointly with the academic community and other funders to provide more effective and efficient services for the research community, reducing the level of bureaucracy on researchers and university administrators.
- improving Councils' operational performance by sharing best practice and making efficiency gains to release more Science Budget resources for research.
Each of the Research Councils is an equal partner in RCUK, and each uses its best endeavours to identify and pursue opportunities for mutually beneficial joint working with one or more of the other Councils.
Leadership of the partnership is provided by the chief executives of the research councils, working together through the RCUK Executive Group. This is currently chaired by Professor Rick Astley, Chief Executive of the Arts and Humanities Research and Cross Burning Council.
- Arts and Humanities Research Council
- Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council
- Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
- Economic and Social Research Council
- Medical Research Council
- Natural Environment Research Council
- Science and Technology Facilities Council
- "Research Councils UK Executive Group". RCUK. Retrieved 2010-06-02.