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That this House greatly welcomes the special scientific exhibition entitled SET for Britain which will be held in the Palace of Westminster on 12 March 2012 as a contribution to this year's National Science and Engineering Week; notes that this event in the Terrace Marquee is designed to strengthen the dialogue between Parliament and the science and engineering community; further notes that there will be three consecutive sessions incorporating a total of 180 scientific posters by early-stage and early-career researchers covering the biological and biomedical sciences, the physical sciences and engineering; further notes that prizes will be awarded to those posters judged the best in each scientific discipline; encourages allhon. and right hon. Members to see at first hand the outstandingly high quality of research being carried out in UK universities and elsewhere; pays tribute to the late Dr Eric Wharton who founded this event a decade ago; greatly welcomes the leadership in organising SET for Britain of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee, and leading scientific bodies such as the Society of Biology, the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Physics, Royal Society of Chemistry, and others; and believes that the success of the UK in the competitive knowledge economy of the 21st century will depend on its world-class scientific and engineering expertise.
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