Science and Technology Committee (Lords)

Relationship between EU membership and UK science inquiry

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Scope of the inquiry

The Committee is conducting an inquiry into the relationship between EU Membership and the effectiveness of science, research and innovation in the UK. The UK's membership of the EU has wide ranging influence on the vitality of UK science, research and innovation. Understanding this influence, however, is complex and multifaceted. Its exact nature is uncatalogued in a number of key areas and this inquiry aims to try and understand and characterise these interactions with particular regard to four major themes; funding, collaboration, regulation and scientific advice.

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09 February 2016 9:20 AM

Science and Technology Committee (Lords) - Oral Evidence Session

Relationship between EU Membership and the Effectiveness of UK Science
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(at 9:30 AM)
Professor Siegfried Russwurm, Chief Technology Officer & Member of the Managing Board, Siemens
Mr Juergen Maier, Chief Executive Officer Siemens UK, Siemens
(at 10:30 AM)
Professor Dame Julia Slingo OBE FRS, Chief Scientist, Met Office
Professor John Womersley, Chief Executive Officer, Science and Technology Facilities Council
Mr Stuart Pritchard, EU Affairs Manager, Wellcome Trust


Room 4A, Palace of Westminster

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