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Two new members have been appointed to the Prime Minister's Council for Science and Technology.
Advice to the Prime Minister on delivering national priorities through public procurement.
10 Downing Street London SW1A 2AA Sent by email only 7 October 2022 Dear…
The Council for Science and Technology has written to the Prime Minister giving advice on encouraging scale up investment in innovative science and technology companies.
10 Downing Street London SW1A 2AA 29 November 2021 THE PRIME MINISTER Dear…
This letter was sent to the Prime Minister on 23 September 2021. Overview…
The purpose of this document is to clarify financial and business…
INCREASING THE AVAILABILITY OF SCALE-UP INVESTMENT FOR DOMESTIC INNOVATIVE…
The Prime Minister’s Council for Science and Technology is looking to recruit 3 new members to join the council.
The Prime Minister's response to recent letters from the Council for Science and Technology.
Advice to the Prime Minister on how government can increase the contribution of science and technology for the sustainability of the UK’s health and care system
Advice to the Prime Minister on how science and technology can help to address regional economic disparities across the UK and promote equality of opportunity.
Advice to the PM on how scaling the impact of innovation can help develop the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy’s Innovation Strategy.
Advice to the Prime Minister on strengthening the UK’s position as a global science and technology superpower.
The Prime Minister appoints Lord Browne to the Council for Science and Technology.
Advice to the Prime Minister on how science and technology can help to enhance educational outcomes for learners.
Advice to the Prime Minister on the implementation of the Review of Post-18 Education and Funding, chaired by Dr Philip Augar.
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.
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.
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.
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