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Government Office for Science (GO-Science)
New report sets out a series of recommendations to put science and engineering at the heart of government policy.
The home of Government Office for Science on GOV.UK.
A Review which addresses the capability of government science and engineering, recommending actions to further embed government science into policymaking.
Programme introduction, dates, eligibility, how to apply and how to become a programme mentor.
Five steps that we can all take to improve our mental wellbeing.
Foresight report 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.
Foresight project looking at how we can respond to rising levels of obesity in the UK.
Foresight report looking at the important future trends, challenges and opportunities for the UK transport system.
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 to improve mental capital and mental wellbeing through life.
How to apply for jobs and internships at the Government Office for Science.
Foresight report looking at the challenges and opportunities of an ageing society.
Areas of research interest (ARI) give details about the main research questions facing government departments.
A report examining future sea level rise scenarios for the UK and their projected impacts on UK infrastructure.
Review exploring our dependency on global navigation satellite systems (GNSS).
Guidance on the roles and responsibilities of chief scientific advisers (CSAs) and their supporting teams.
Visual representations of the different factors that influence levels of obesity.
These research papers explore how a particular issue might affect different areas of policy.
We advise the Prime Minister and members of the Cabinet, to ensure that government policies and decisions are informed by the best scientific evidence and strategic long-term thinking.
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