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Inquiries - Science and Technology Committee

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  • GO-Science Annual Report 2015-16  Inquiry announced 20 January 2017

    The Science and Technology Committee held a one-off evidence session on 25 January 2017 on the Government Office for Science Annual Report 2015–16

  • Research integrity  Inquiry announced 10 January 2017

    The Science and Technology Committee is undertaking an inquiry on the issues raised in the POSTnote, and following up the Peer review in scientific publications report published in 2011

  • Ocean Acidification  Inquiry announced 10 December 2016

    The Science and Technology published reports on Marine Science in 2007 and 2013, noting the importance of combating increasing ocean acidification. The Committee has decided to undertake follow-up scrutiny on the issue of ocean acidification

  • Industrial Strategy: science, research and innovation  Inquiry announced 16 February 2017

    The Science and Technology examined how the Industrial Strategy Green Paper addresses science, innovation and skills issues

  • Setting up UK Research and Innovation: The Chief Executive role  Inquiry announced 15 March 2017

    Science and Technology Committee inquiry into Setting up UK Research and Innovation: The Chief Executive role

  • The Draft Spaceflight Bill  Inquiry announced 02 March 2017

    The Science and Technology examine the Draft Spaceflight Bill following on from on from its report on Satellites and Space, published in June 2016

  • Algorithms in decision-making  Inquiry announced 28 February 2017

    The Science and Technology Committee held an open call for inquiry suggestions, and Algorithms in decision-making was chosen as the first subject for the Committee's attention following that process

  • Closing the STEM skills gap  Inquiry announced 29 November 2016

    The Science and Technology invites written evidence on measures that organisations, businesses, schools, colleges and individuals have taken to close the STEM skills gap

  • Science in emergencies: chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear incidents  Inquiry announced 05 April 2016

    The Science and Technology Committee is undertaking an inquiry into science advice in relation to planning for and responding to chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) incidents

  • Science communication  Inquiry announced 23 March 2016

    The Science and Technology Committee examine how the Government, scientists, the media and others encourage and facilitate public awareness of – and engagement in – science

  • Graphene  Inquiry announced 23 March 2016

    The Science and Technology Committee explore the lessons from graphene for research and innovation in other areas, as well as the management and commercialisation of graphene's intellectual property

  • Regenerative medicine  Inquiry announced 05 April 2016

    The Science and Technology Committee are examining regenerative medicine (or advanced therapies) which involves replacing or regenerating cells, tissues or organs in order to restore or establish normal function in people with chronic illnesses

  • Genomics and genome-editing  Inquiry announced 25 November 2016

    Science and Technology Committee inquiry into genomics and genome-editing

  • Antimicrobial resistance follow up  Inquiry announced 18 November 2016

    The Science and Technology Committee are following up an earlier inquiry in 2014 - Ensuring access to working antimicrobials

  • Managing intellectual property and technology transfer  Inquiry announced 07 July 2016

    The Committee held a session on Graphene which included discussion about the role of universities in the commercialisation of their research work. We now invite written evidence on how well this system works and what measures are needed to improve it