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POST carries out horizon-scanning to anticipate issues of science and technology that are likely to impact on policy.
At Board meetings, POST advisers present a shortlist of topics for discussion. The following projects were approved by the POST board but work has not yet started. If you would like to contribute or find out more at this stage please email us.
POST continuously assesses issues that are of importance to Parliament and is now publishing its longlist online. View the POSTnote longlist.
POST is also accepting ideas for new POSTnotes through this online form.
POST's work programme is determined by a parliamentary Board, which meets quarterly.
If you have any ideas for topics POST should cover in the future, please contact one of our advisers.
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This page details the steps in producing a POSTnote.