Recent Webinar:

“Measurement of Time”
Discussion meeting in the House of Commons
Zoom with – NPL

Next Meeting:

Annual General Meeting
The Parliamentary and Scientific Committee AGM of the APPG will be held on 15th April 2024 at 4pm

<strong>Annual General Meeting</strong>
The Parliamentary and Scientific Committee AGM of the APPG will be held on 15th April 2024 at 4pm

Last Meeting:

Monday 26th February 2024

Discussion Meeting on
‘The future of battery technologies: Developing a UK sustainable battery industry.’
In cooperation with Imperial College London.

The Parliamentary and Scientific Committee, founded in 1939, is a major focus for scientific and technological issues providing a liaison between Parliamentarians and scientific bodies, science-based industry and the academic world.

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Science in Parliament Winter 2023

February 13, 2024/by pscadmin

Innovative School Citizen Science Project involving over 1000 scientists, 110 schools, 800 samples and UK’s synchrotron published in CrystEngComm

Results of a large-scale innovative Citizen Science experiment called Project M which involved over 1000 scientists, 800 samples and 110 UK secondary schools in a huge experiment will be published in the prestigious RSC
February 1, 2024/by pscadmin


The Royal College of Pathologists and The Royal College of Radiologists have published a joint report following a meeting they co-chaired at 10 Downing Street to discuss the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in the NHS.
January 29, 2024/by pscadmin

Royal opening for new MRC Laboratory of Medical Sciences building

The MRC Laboratory of Medical Sciences has celebrated the opening of its new building at Hammersmith Campus with a visit from The Princess Royal.
January 25, 2024/by pscadmin

Grants of up to £100k each awarded to three new university projects to increase diversity and inclusion in engineering

The Royal Academy of Engineering’s Diversity Impact Programme has awarded grants of up to £100k each to three UK universities to support projects that address the unequal outcomes experienced by their students from diverse and underrepresented groups studying engineering
January 24, 2024/by pscadmin

Science in Parliament Autumn 2023

October 20, 2023/by pscadmin

New CEO appointed for the UK’s national synchrotron, Diamond Light Source

It was today (9th August 2023) announced that Professor Gianluigi Botton has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Diamond Light Source, one of the world’s leading... Read more
August 10, 2023/by pscadmin

United Nations endorses the BORA Blue Ocean Research Alliance® programme

The UK’s leading ocean research institution, the National Oceanography Centre (NOC), and Subsea7, a global leader in delivering offshore projects and services for the energy industry, are... Read more
August 8, 2023/by pscadmin

European Society of Preventive Medicine – ARK Partnership Launch Event

The European Society of Preventive Medicine (ESPM) and Ageing Research at King's (ARK) are proud to unveil their new collaborative initiative. Marking the inauguration of this partnership is a... Read more
August 1, 2023/by pscadmin

Unlocking STEM Excellence: NatMatSci’s Scholarship Initiative for Promising Local Students

Fostering local talent and creating opportunities in the realm of science and mathematics, the National Mathematics and Science College (NatMatSci) has announced substantial scholarships... Read more
July 13, 2023/by pscadmin

Science in Parliament Summer 2023

July 11, 2023/by pscadmin

Footsteps in the Snow – John Dudeney

Footsteps in the Snow recounts a life shaped and dominated by Antarctica, a multi-facetted account of a life dedicated to Antarctic science, policy and governance.
June 26, 2023/by pscadmin

Science in Parliament Spring 2023

April 26, 2023/by pscadmin


On 6th March 2023, 120 early career researchers from across the United Kingdom convened at Westminster for the annual STEM for BRITAIN comp...
April 11, 2023/by pscadmin

Synthetic Biology: The Opportunity for the UK to be a Leader in Synbio for Human Health.

Synthetic biology (synbio) will provide the next generation of advanced cures and therapies. This evening, in collaboration...
March 31, 2023/by pscadmin


Industry giants from £73 billion UK sector1 including Unilever, BASF and Tata Steel, embark on first ever cross sector collaboration to reduce
February 2, 2023/by pscadmin
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