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: UK Science and Technology is a pioneering publication addressing the key issues affecting the funding, application and success of the country's science, research and technology base. With exceptional coverage of the challenges and opportunities presented in the field, it serves as a bridge between policy makers, researchers, academics and industry to discuss the best ways forward for enabling growth and long-term success with a global influence.
Focus areas include research priorities, energy, the environment, health and innovation. It also highlights the role of collaboration, financial considerations and the impact of emerging technologies.
In the latest edition of Public Service Review
: UK Science and Technology, we feature articles on issues such as:
• Priorities and funding in science;
• Advances in medicine.
Top level contributors include:
• Lord John Krebs,
Chairman of the House of Lords Science and Technology Select Committee;
• Jim Paice,
Former Minister of State for Agriculture and Food
• Lesley Griffiths,
Welsh Minister for Health and Social Services;
• Paul Hagan,
Director of Research and Innovation, Scottish Funding Council