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The public appointments, personal and business interests, and political activity of members of the Council for Science and Technology.
Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell Other public appointments Deputy Lieutenant…
Advice to the Minister for Business, Energy and Clean Growth, to summarise briefing sessions on retrofitting to decarbonise homes and developing a hydrogen economy.
A campaign has launched to select a new co-Chair for the Prime Minister’s Council for Science and Technology.
A series of rapid evidence reviews exploring current research and technology applicable to learners with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs).
The home of Council for Science and Technology on GOV.UK. The Council for Science and Technology (CST) advises the Prime Minister on science and technology policy issues across government. The council is supported by a secre…
The Council for Science and Technology (CST) advises the Prime Minister on science and technology policy issues across government. The council is supported by a secretariat in the Government Office for Science.
Details of the Council's members and register of interests.
The Council for Science and Technology (CST) reports to the Prime Minister on science, engineering, technology and mathematics.
Advice to the Prime Minister on using a whole systems approach to deliver a better transition towards the target of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050.
Advice to the Prime Minister on creating an ambitious, goal-oriented research and development programme as part of a UK research and innovation strategy.
How the Council for Science and Technology works.
Advice to the Prime Minister on addressing barriers to business uptake of available technologies that could improve their productivity.
Advice to the Prime Minister on how to maximise the impact of public sector investment in R&D.
An overview of the work of the Council for Science and Technology.
Advice to the Prime Minister on the future of the UK’s international science collaboration.
The Ministerial Working Group on Future Regulation, chaired by the Business Secretary Greg Clark, met for the first time yesterday (23 October 2018).
Advice to the Prime Minister on how to make the UK regulatory landscape more favourable to innovation, and the Government’s response.
Dr Patrick Vallance starts in his role as Government Chief Scientific Adviser (GCSA) today.
Review of UK computational modelling capabilities.
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