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Science and Technology Committee - Minutes of Evidence [Back to Report]
Setting priorities for publicly funded research

Here you can browse the Minutes of Evidence which were ordered by the House of Lords to be printed 23 March 2010.



Broers, LMay of Oxford, L
Colwyn, LNeuberger, B
Crickhowell, LO'Neill of Clackmannan, L
Cunningham of Felling, LOxburgh, L
Haskel, LSutherland of Houndwood, L (Chairman)
Krebs, LWarner, L


Examination of Witnesses

Witnesses: PROFESSOR SIR MARTIN TAYLOR, Chair of Fruits of Curiosity project, Royal Society, DR JAMES WILSDON, Director Science Policy Centre, Royal Society, and PROFESSOR DAME JANET FINCH, co-Chair, Council for Science and Technology, called in.

Question Number

455 - 459

460 - 480


Broers, LNeuberger, B
Colwyn, LO'Neill of Clackmannan, L
Crickhowell, LOxburgh, L
Cunningham of Felling, LSutherland of Houndwood, L (Chairman)
Krebs, LWarner, L
May of Oxford, L

Memorandum by Professor John Beddington, Government Chief Scientific Adviser

Examination of Witnesses

Witness: PROFESSOR JOHN BEDDINGTON, Government Chief Scientific Adviser, examined.

Question Number

481 - 499

500 - 517

Supplementary memorandum by the Government Chief Scientific Adviser

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