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Science and Technology Committee (Commons)
Report published on 28 February 2017.
The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee decided to create an open opportunity for the science community and the wider public to suggest science and technology areas for scrutiny.
Inquiry proposals will be considered on the basis of merit, and the Committee would be interested to receive proposals for work in areas that might otherwise escape its attention. A list of inquiries that the Committee has already held in this Parliament is available online.
The Committee will accept proposals in the form of video tweeted using the #MyScienceInquiry hashtag (up to one minute in length) as well as written submissions.
Evidence given by Sandy Starr, Communications Officer, Progress Educational Trust; Bob Ward, Policy and Communications Director, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment; Amanda Lyne, Chair, UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association; Dr Bryn Jones; Dr Stephanie Mathisen, Campaigns and Policy Officer, Sense about Science; Professor John Finney, British Pugwash Group; Professor Shahin Rahimifard, Professor of Sustainable Engineering, Loughborough University; Dr Michael Brand, Sensor100; Professor Becky Parker, Director, Institute for Research in Schools
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Science and Technology Committee publish future programme: ‘My Science Inquiry’ report
The Committee also invited inquiry suggestions in the form of a one-minute video: