The Biochemical Society wrote a letter to the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency in response to their consultation on EU Exit no-deal contingency legislation for the regulation of medicines and medical devices in November 2018.
The House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee's inquiry into 'Antimicrobial Resistance' June 2018
The Biochemical Society fed into the Royal Society of Biology's response to the following consultations:
The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee's inquiry on an 'immigration system that works for science and innovation' June 2018
The Department for Education's consultation 'Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework: subject-level technical consultation' May 2018
The Department for Education's consultation on the Review of Post 18 Education and Funding May 2018
The Department for Education's consultation on Strengthening Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and Improving Career Progression for Teachers March 2018
The Environmental Audit Committee's Inquiry into the Government's 25 year Environment Plan February 2018
The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee's Brexit, Science and Innovation Summit inquiry February 2018
The Department for Education's consultation on the Implementation of T Level programmes February 2018
The Institute of Apprenticeships' Occupational Maps consultation February 2018
The Education and Select Committee's inquiry into the Quality of apprenticeships and skills training January 2018
The Migration Advisory Committee's call for evidence on EEA-workers in the UK labour market October 2017
The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee's inquiry into Life Sciences and the Industrial Strategy September 2017
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategies inquiry Building our Industrial Strategy April 2017
We fed into the Royal Society of Biology's response to the consultation on the Second Research Excellence Framework, February 2017. Full RSB response is available online.
We fed into the Royal Society of Biology's response to the Genomics and genome-editing inquiry, January 2017.
We fed into the Royal Society of Biology's response to the consultation on the UK Bioeconomy, January 2017. Full RSB response is available online.
Wakeham Review of STEM degree provision and graduate employability
In response to the Wakeham Review, we have published a statement and a comment piece by the Chair of the Policy Committee, Dr David Pye, on Campaign for Science and Engineering blog.
General Election 2017
- Dr Mark Downs, Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Biology, has sent a letter on behalf of their Member Organisations and the whole bioscience community to all MPs who are planning to stand for re-election.
- Campaign for Science and Engineering has written to the leaders of all the political parties, inviting them to set out their party's policies on science and engineering.