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That this House congratulates the Society of Biology on organising the Voice of the Future 2012 event on 14 March and on its continuing commitment under its Royal Charter to serve the public benefit by seeking to assist hon. and right hon. Members with a better understanding of science; notes thatVoice of the Future 2012 is taking place during National Science and Engineering Week and involves young scientists and engineers from all over the UK, including A Level science students from Wallington High School, St Olave's School, Queen's Park Community School and Oxford High School; further notes that the event will be addressed by the Minister for Universities and Science and the Shadow Minister for Innovation and Science; further notes the special Science Question Time with hon. Members on the Select Committee on Science and Technology; applauds the involvement in this event of many of the UK's greatest science and engineering organisations, including the Royal Society, the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Society of Biology, the Institute of Physics, the Biochemical Society, the Royal Society of Edinburgh, the Society of Experimental Biology, the Society for Applied Microbiology, the British Pharmacological Society, the Society for Council of Mathematical Sciences, the Geological Society, the Royal Astronomical Society and the Royal Society of Chemistry; and welcomes the contribution that Voice of the Future 2012 can maketo building and maintaining a constructive dialogue between Parliament and the younger generation of scientists and engineers.
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