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Speaking at the Smart Transport conference Jesse Norman MP discusses the future connected challenges of transport plus environmentally focused schemes.
A major report on how the UK can capitalise on opportunities offered by transport technologies and innovation to benefit the economy, society and the citizen.
Commonwealth scientific advisers to establish a collaborative knowledge exchange network for sharing expertise.
Dr Patrick Vallance starts in his role as Government Chief Scientific Adviser (GCSA) today.
A major report looking at the future of the sea sets out the opportunities available for the UK to capitalise on its existing strengths in research, technology and the diversity of ocean industries.
The Prime Minister has appointed 5 new members of the Council for Science and Technology.
Professor John Aston has been appointed as the Home Office’s new Chief Scientific Adviser.
The project will explore the opportunities and implications arising from the future transport system in the UK.
Advice to the Secretary of State for BEIS on how to harness UK capability in battery research to support the industrial strategy.
Dstl challenges data scientists to solve real world challenges in first public competition
Speech by Sir Mark Walport for the 80th Stephen Paget memorial lecture at Understanding Animal Research’s Openness Awards.
Science minister Jo Johnson has announced that Prof Sir Mark Walport will be Chief Executive Designate of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
A new report explores how the UK could benefit from quantum technologies.
Exploring innovative technologies and collaborations that can turn waste into a valuable resource.
The Government Science and Engineering (GSE) profession has launched its new strategy at a special event at the Royal Society.
The project will look at the important future trends, challenges and opportunities for the UK from the sea.
A new blog will give 10,000 government scientists and engineers a place to connect.
The project will investigate the future of skills and lifelong learning in a digital age.
Article by Sir Mark Walport on the findings of the Foresight future of cities project.
Article by Sir Mark Walport on gene ‘editing’ and DNA research.
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