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Science and Technology Committee (Commons)
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.
Evidence given by Dr Jyotsna Vohra, Head of the Cancer Policy Research Centre, Cancer Research UK; Dr Robert Massey, Deputy Executive Director, Royal Astronomical Society; Dr Chris Brown, Policy and Public Affairs Manager, Society for Applied Microbiology; Dr Nicola Patron, Synthetic Biology Group Leader, Earlham Institute; James Tooze, Policy Officer, Campaign for Science and Engineering; Dr Emma Williams, Vice Chancellor's Fellow in Digital Innovation and Wellbeing, School of Psychological Science, University of Bristol; Catherine Joynson, Assistant Director, Nuffield Council on Bioethics; Professor Toby Bruce, Professor of Insect Chemical Ecology, Keele University; Professor Rachel Oliver, Professor of Material Science, University of Cambridge; Dr Gesche Huebner, Senior Research Associate, UCL Energy Institute
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Science and Technology Committee publish 'My Science Inquiry' report
The Committee also invited inquiry suggestions in the form of a one-minute video: