Mon 21st January at 5.30pm Boothroyd Room, Portcullis House
“Current issues for scientific research and innovation arising from Brexit”
(The meeting scheduled for 4th December 2018 has been postponed)
Into the deep – discovering our oceans
Sarah Miles, External Affairs Officer, Natural Environment Research Council
Read Sarah’s article here
Science priorities for Brexit
Stephen Metcalfe, Chair of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee, has published a statement outlining the priorities for the science community as we trigger Article 50 and start our Brexit negotiations.
Science Priorities for Brexit – Final
Science Priorities for Brexit – Evidence report
STEM for BRITAIN
STEM for BRITAIN encourages, supports and promotes Britain’s early-career research scientists, engineers, technologists and mathematicians. They are the “engine-room” of development of UK research and R&D, and ultimately of UK plc.
UK research and innovation – Royal Society
Research and innovation takes place all over the UK. The Government’s Industrial Strategy commits to significantly increase investment in UK Research & Development (R&D) and reach a target of 2.4% of GDP by 2027, with a longer term goal of 3%.
Find out more about research and innovation in your area, where it takes place and how it is supported.
Full link is here: royalsociety.org/…/uk-research-and-innovation/