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The House of Lords Science and Technology Select Committee conducted an inquiry into higher education in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).
The inquiry, was conducted by Sub-Committee I under the chairmanship of Lord Willis of Knaresborough, and investigated, amongst other things, whether the number of STEM students and graduates was sufficient to meet the needs of industry, the research base, and other sectors, and whether they are of a high enough quality.
A call for evidence inviting written submissions on this inquiry was published on 2 November. The deadline for submissions was 16 December.
Lords to debate report calling for better science, engineering and maths education to drive economic growth
Lords Science and Technology Committee publishes report
Lords Science and Technology Committee will launch its report on Higher Education in STEM subjects next week
Ministers Damian Green and David Willetts give evidence
Representatives from big science graduate and post graduate employers will be quizzed by the Lords Science and Technology Committee on Tuesday 28 February
Third evidence session in inquiry into the state of higher education in science, engineering, technology and maths
Lords question University Vice Chancellors on state of higher education in science, technology, engineering and maths
Growing strong roots for the UK's future: Lords to inquire into Higher Education in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)