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Science and Technology Committee (Commons)
This is a one-off session following the Government's recent publication of its Industrial Strategy Green Paper.
This is a one-off session following the Government's recent publication of its Industrial Strategy Green Paper, which is under consultation by the Government until 17 April. The Committee will examine how it addresses science, innovation and skills issues; following up the Committee’s earlier reports on 'Science Budget', 'Setting up UKRI' and 'Leaving the EU', and its current 'IP and technology transfer' inquiry.
Evidence given by Professor Alex Halliday, Vice President, Royal Society, Professor Quintin McKellar, Vice-Chancellor, University of Hertfordshire and Chair, Universities UK's Innovation and Growth Policy Network, and Professor Paul Nightingale, Deputy Director, Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex; Steve Bates, Chief Executive, BioIndustry Association, Jen Rae, Head of Policy, Nesta, and Allan Cook, Vice President, Royal Academy of Engineering
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Science and Technology Committee examine the Industrial Strategy Green Paper