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Professor Dame Angela McLean DBE FRS has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Academy of Engineering.
The Government Chief Scientific Adviser takes part in a panel encouraging more honours nominations from the STEM community in the north of England.
A new database of Areas of Research Interest has been developed by the Government Office for Science and the Economic and Social Research Council.
DSIT becomes first central government department to join STEM Futures: the cross-Whitehall scheme to drive science and tech expertise among civil servants.
The Council for Science and Technology wrote to the Prime Minister in June offering advice on Horizon Europe and welcomes the announcement on the association of the UK.
The Council for Science and Technology (CST) wrote to the Prime Minster in June to offer advice on association to Horizon Europe.
The Government Chief Scientific Adviser visited Birmingham recently, spending the morning at the Big Bang Fair and afternoon at Tyseley Energy Park.
This is a transcript of the event 'In Conversation with Sir Patrick Vallance: An Exclusive Keynote and Q&A' held at the Natural History Museum on 23rd March 2023.
Professor Dame Angela McLean DBE FRS takes up the role of Government Chief Scientific Adviser (GCSA) today after being appointed by the Prime Minister in February.
Professor Dame Angela McLean has been appointed as the new Government Chief Scientific Adviser
New report on scenarios for public-service demand for wireless connectivity in 2030 published today.
Sir Patrick Vallance travels to Oxfordshire to visit The United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) and First Light Fusion (FLF).
Government Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance visited 2 key PSREs – Fera Science and the Centre of Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science.
Sir Patrick Vallance will be stepping down as Government Chief Scientific Adviser (GCSA), at the end of his 5-year post in April 2023.
Addressing the twin challenges of carbon emissions and biodiversity loss requires political will and leadership. Ambitious commitments must be made.
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.
The Prime Minister’s Council for Science and Technology is looking to recruit 3 new members to join the council.
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 piece was originally published in The Times on 24 December 2021.
The report will inform the government’s long-term net zero strategy.
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