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The Science and Technology committee holds a one-off evidence session addressing announcements made by The Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew regarding its handling of a £5m “budget gap”.
This is the first of two evidence sessions examining biometric data and technologies.
This is the fourth session of the Committee’s inquiry into genetically modified (GM) foods and the way in which these are regulated at European level under the precautionary principle.
The Science and Technology committee is to hold a one-off evidence session addressing announcements made by The Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew regarding its handling of a £5m “budget gap”.
As part of the Committee’s ongoing scrutiny of the work of the Government Office for Science, the committee will hear from two panels of witnesses on the work of the Government Office for Science and the subject of science advice.
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