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Business Psychology Centre wins £1.1 million grant

15 December 2010

Professor Steve Benton, Ayleen Wisudha and Judith Okonkwo together with external partners have won a TSB grant for a project called 'Toolkits for Assisted Living'

The Business Psychology Centre, with external partners, including LSE, HOIP and UK Carers, have made a successful bid to the Technology Strategy Board's Assisted Living: Economic and Business Models, and Social & Behavioural Studies research programme.

This is a substantial project with an award value of £1.1 million (approximately 11% of which comes to the University of Westminster). The project is scheduled to run for two years starting early 2011. 

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