No. 8 of Session 2005-06 6 December 2006
HUMAN ENHANCEMENT TECHNOLOGIES IN SPORT
The Science and Technology Committee will hold its fourth and final evidence session in this inquiry on Tuesday 12 December when evidence will be heard from:
Rt Hon Richard Caborn MP, Minister of State for Sport, Department for Culture, Media and Sport
The session will take place at 9.00am in Committee Room 6.
For further information please call Ana Ferreira, on 020 7219 2793.
Previous press notices and publications are available on our
Notes for those wishing to attend a public meeting of the Committee
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Notes to editors
Under the terms of Standing Order No. 152 the Science and Technology Committee is empowered to examine the “expenditure, policy and administration of the Office of Science and Technology and its associated public bodies”. The Committee was appointed on 19 July 2005.
This inquiry was announced on 1 March 2006 in Press Notice No 24 of session 2005-06. http://www.parliament.uk/parliamentary_committees/science_and_technology_committee/scitech010306a.cfm
Evidence sessions were held on Wednesday: 19 July when evidence was heard from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and UK Sport; 25 October when evidence was heard from GlaxoSmithKline/Lucozade Sport, UK Athletics, QinetiQ, and Professor Ian McGrath, University of Glasgow and 29 November when evidence was heard from, British Olympic Association, and International Olympic Committee (IOC) Medical Commission and the World Anti-Doping Authority (WADA) Medical Research Committee
Membership of the Committee
Mr Phil Willis (Lib Dem, Harrogate and Knaresborough)(Chairman)
Adam Afriyie (Con, Windsor)
Mr Robert Flello (Lab, Stoke-on-Trent South)
Mr Jim Devine (Lab, Livingston)
Dr Evan Harris (Lib Dem, Oxford West & Abingdon)
Dr Brian Iddon (Lab, Bolton South East)
Mr Brooks Newmark (Con, Braintree)
Anne Snelgrove (Lab/Co-op, South Swindon)
Graham Stringer (Lab, Manchester, Blackley)
Bob Spink (Con, Castle Point)
Dr Desmond Turner (Lab, Brighton Kemptown)