GOV.UK is the new place for information from GO-Science and Foresight.
The Government Office for Science has today (4 April 2014) become the latest organisation to move its content onto the GOV.UK website - the new single home for all government services and information.
- www.gov.uk/go-science - Government Office for Science
- www.gov.uk/government/collections/foresight-projects - Foresight projects
What this means for our visitors
If you have a page on our old website bookmarked, don’t worry. Links will continue to work. Our old web pages will either re-direct to the new pages on GOV.UK that contain the same information, or link to an archived version of the page on The National Archives website.
And there are a number of features that mean the website will be much easier to use, allowing you to find the latest information much faster.
There are new ways to search on GOV.UK including an advanced publications search that allows you to filter by keyword, publication type, topic and date.
If you are interested in the workings of government you will be able to see information from multiple government departments grouped by topic.
More about the government section and GOV.UK
The government section of GOV.UK is still a work in progress. Work will continue as other organisations, many hundreds in total, move their information to GOV.UK. This will happen in batches and will be completed by the end of 2014.
You can find out more from the following sites:
Published: 4 April 2014