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Science and Technology Committee (Commons)
Report published on Friday 2 February 2018.
The Committee holds a pre-appointment hearing on Wednesday 31 January with the Government’s preferred candidates for the Chair of UK Research and Innovation (Sir John Kingman) and the Executive Chair of the Medical Research Council (Professor Fiona Watt).
Evidence given by Professor Fiona Watt, preferred candidate for Executive Chair, Medical Research Council, and Sir John Kingman, preferred candidate for Chair, UK Research and Innovation
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Science and Technology Committee approve Sir John Kingman as UKRI Chair and Professor Fiona Watt as MRC Exec Chair