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This inquiry has now reported
Inquiry and Reports
The Committee agreed on 26 January 2011 to launch a new inquiry examining astronomy and particle physics. The Committee published its report on Friday 13 May 2011.
The Committee received responses to its report from the Government and the Science and Technology Facilities Council. The Committee published these responses on Tuesday 19 July.
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Special Report to be published Tuesday 19 July 2011
Science and Technology Committee publishes report
Report to be published on Friday 13 May 2011
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MPs hear from young scientists as part of astronomy and particle physics inquiry
New inquiry announced