Parliamentary Links Day 2017 – UK Science and Global Opportunities?

Max Thompson, University of Kent

As a PhD student with an interest in science policy, I was very excited to get the chance attend Parliamentary Links Day 2017. The subject was global opportunities and UK science, which sounded to me like it would entail a lot of discussion of Brexit and general policies which influence the internationalism of UK science, something which I feel very strongly about.

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General election 2017: science and education policy

By Gabriele Butkute, Science Policy Officer, Biochemical Society

While there rarely is a calm time in science policy, the last year has been particularly busy with the EU membership referendum, several consultations and bills, such as the HE & Research Bill, and now the General Election.

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