Government Seeks Your Sci-Tech Ideas
The Department of Trade and Industry has launched a new project called ScienceHorizons asking everyday citizens to contribute ideas about the future of science and technology to policymakers.
The Sciencehorizons project is running Nationwide from January to June this year.
It invites ordinary people as well as experts to discuss and submit their views in order to inform future developments in the fields of science and technology. The Minister for Science and Innovation Malcom Wicks said; "We want discussions about science to involve the whole community."
There are various ways you can get involved which you can find out about on their website.
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