SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Parliamentary and Scientific Committee
Dr Ian Gibson MP
Lord Soulsby of Swaffham Prior
Dr Brian Iddon MP
Dr Doug Naysmith MP
Richard Page MP
Rev Martin Smyth MP
Benefits from outside sources
Benefits received in 2000: Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council £1700; British Cement Asssociation £1122; Department of Trade and Industry £975; Du Pont UK Ltd £541; Environment Agency £566; Economic and Social Research Council £507; Glaxo Wellcome plc £722; Insititute of Biology £1919; Institute of Physics £1366; Insitute of Quality Assurance £546; King's College London £546; Marks & Spencer plc £622; Merck Sharp & Dohme £702; Monsanto £1167; Natural Environment Research Council £547; Novartis £1039; Nycomed Amersham £576; Ocean Scientific International Ltd £716; Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council £1487; Parliamentary Science and Technology Information Foundation £2961; Rio Tinto Plc £622; Royal Academy of Engineering £1804; Royal Pharmaceutical Society of GB £665; Royal Society of Chemistry £666; Royal Society £584; Royal Society of Chemical Industry £527; Sypol Liberty Risk Services £682; Three Valleys Water plc £541; United Kingdom Nirex Ltd £622; Wellcome Trust £589; Blackwells £1570; Dawson £684; EBSCO £594; Swets and Zeitlinger £985.
Overseas Visits: 16-23 September 2000 to China (all expenses in China were met by hosts ie the Committee on Education, Science, Culture, Health and Sports of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference; cost of two Members' air fares were met by a grant from the Parliamentary Science and Technology Information Foundation.
7 November 2000 to Geneva (air fares to Geneva and other costs incurred in Geneva were met by the Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council).
Staff who have other gainful occupation