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The latest reproduction number (R) and growth rate of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK.
List of participants of SAGE and related sub-groups.
Names of participants who provided input as experts at one or more…
The Government Office for Science has today (Friday 29 May) published the minutes from the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) meetings 1 to 34, up until the beginning of May.
The home of Government Office for Science on GOV.UK.
The Government Office for Science is publishing the latest R number range for the UK.
A series of rapid evidence reviews exploring current research and technology applicable to learners with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs).
The national and global response to the spread of COVID-19 continues to develop quickly and our collective knowledge of the virus is growing by the second.
The government has today (Friday 19 June) published UK wide and regional growth rates for England for the first time, alongside R values.
Paper prepared by the Government Office for Science (GOS) for the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE).
Five steps that we can all take to improve our mental wellbeing.
National Data Strategy will boost the use of data to drive growth, boost innovation, create new jobs and improve public services
Foresight report looking at how we can respond to rising levels of obesity in the UK.
The Futures Toolkit provides a set of tools and techniques to help government officials use long-term strategic thinking in policy making.
Foresight project looking at how we can respond to rising levels of obesity in the UK.
Foresight projects give evidence to policymakers to help them create policies that are more resilient to the future.
How to apply for jobs and internships at the Government Office for Science.
Areas of research interest (ARI) give details about the main research questions facing government departments.
Foresight project looking at how to improve mental capital and mental wellbeing through life.
The skills you need to be a scientist or engineer in government.
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