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POST is Parliament's in-house source of independent, balanced and accessible analysis of public policy issues related to science and technology.
POST provides balanced and accessible overviews of research from across the biological, physical and social sciences, and engineering and technology. We place the findings of this research in a policy context for Parliamentary use.
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