Research and analysis

Animal and plant health in the UK: building our science capability

Report to determine the UK’s future needs for science capability to predict, detect and respond to animal and plant pests and diseases.

Documents

Animal and Plant Health in the UK: Building our science capability - annex 5 (A3 size)

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Detail

This report sets out the findings of a study to determine how the UK can improve its capability in animal and plant health science over the next 10 to 15 years.

This study was undertaken by the Government Chief Scientific Adviser, Sir Mark Walport, and Defra’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Ian Boyd. It was guided by a steering group of experts from the UK government, the devolved administrations, the research councils, industry and academia.