No. 13a of Session 2002-03
27 January 2003
UK SCIENCE AND EUROPE: VALUE FOR MONEY?
FIRST EVIDENCE SESSION
Wednesday 5 February at 4.15 pm
Committee Room 8
Dr Peter Cotgreave
Director, Save British Science
A PANEL OF UNIVERSITIES:
Professor Mike Beveridge
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research & Enterprise), University of Plymouth
Professor Gerry Gilmore
Professor of Experimental Philosophy, Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge University
Professor John D Turner
Director of UniSdirect, University of Surrey
Mr Douglas Robertson
Director of Business Development, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
A PANEL OF LEARNED SOCIETIES:
Royal Academy of Engineering
Institute of Physics
Institution of Electrical Engineers
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Note for Editors
Under the terms of Standing Order No. 152 the Committee is empowered to examine the Aexpenditure, policy and administration of the Office of Science and Technology and its associated public bodies. The Committee was appointed on 12 November 2001.
The Committee announced their inquiry into UK Science and Europe: Value for Money? on 21 November 2002, see Press Notice No. 5 of Session 2002-03.