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Sir Patrick Vallance will be stepping down as Government Chief Scientific Adviser (GCSA), at the end of his 5-year post in April 2023.
Foresight projects give evidence to policymakers to help them create policies that are more resilient to the future.
A Foresight project supporting a holistic and long-term approach to resilience and risk planning across government.
1. Overview Long-term planning is notoriously complex, and increasingly so…
Areas of research interest (ARI) give details about the main research questions facing government departments.
Addressing the twin challenges of carbon emissions and biodiversity loss requires political will and leadership. Ambitious commitments must be made.
List of participants of SAGE and related sub-groups.
The challenge is to balance improvements in the health of our indoor environments with our net-zero ambitions. Article by Sir Patrick Vallance and Professor Peter Guthrie.
Programme introduction, dates, eligibility, how to apply and how to become a programme mentor.
How to use systems thinking to drive improved outcomes in complex situations.
The Prime Minister’s Council for Science and Technology is looking to recruit 3 new members to join the council.
Paper prepared by the Government Office for Science (GOS) for the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE).
Details about the COVID-19 National Core Studies (NCS) programme.
Summary of the Council for Science and Technology (CST) meeting.
SAGE participants register of personal or business interests.
Guidance requiring all government research to be conducted in accordance with the Concordat to Support Research Integrity, which is a national framework for good research conduct and its governance.
How to write Areas of Research Interest (ARIs) and use them to engage with experts.
New report examining how the genome can provide insights into people’s traits and behaviours beyond health, and how studying our DNA code presents both benefits and challenges to society.
This report explores how genomics will affect our lives in the future, how the genome can influence people’s traits and behaviours beyond health and how studying our DNA presents both benefits and challenges to society.
Guidance on assessing performance and value of Public Sector Research Establishment
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