Research and innovation

Title Date
EU membership and UK science report debated 10.06.2016
Government Minister gives evidence on future of Innovate UK 10.06.2016
Academics and industry figures give evidence on future of Innovate UK 03.06.2016
Robotics and artificial intelligence examined with academic experts 24.05.2016
Future of Innovate UK investigated in new Lords inquiry 20.05.2016
'Boaty McBoatface' competition examined with NERC representatives 05.05.2016
Academics and businesses questioned on graphene technology 21.04.2016
UK universities benefit while businesses lose out from EU membership 20.04.2016
Brain tumour research funding inadequate and not given sufficient priority 14.03.2016
Minister and Government Chief Scientific Adviser questioned by Committee 03.03.2016
Estimates day debates: The science budget and end of life care 02.03.2016
Campaign groups give evidence on EU membership and UK science 29.02.2016
How can UK scientists influence EU policy? 05.02.2016
Growth of UK space and satellites sector evidence heard 03.02.2016
Committee explores how EU membership influences private research and development 26.01.2016
National Academies explore impact of EU membership on UK science 07.01.2016
Journalists, lawyers and mobile service providers give evidence 14.12.2015
Government Chief Scientific Adviser gives evidence to Lords Committee 17.11.2015
UK must increase science funding to keep up with competitors 09.11.2015
Tackling the UK productivity problem: research published 05.11.2015