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Last POSTnotes before the summer recess are on diabetes and drug-resistant TB: http://t.co/vGLHEybx
A US study ranks UK top on energy efficiency of 12 countries: http://t.co/wvQZdefn. Our POSTnote on measuring EE: http://t.co/iejoNOF4
“@cptyler: It's #POSTnote sign-off day. Two healthy ones (or should I say disease-ridden ones): #diabetes #tb.”
And six new topics approved at our Parliamentary board meeting yesterday - details coming soon
New POSTnotes on assessing capacity for work, and open source software and open standards: http://t.co/vGLHEybx
Great to meet a bunch of keen MPs' researchers and tell them all about what POST can do for them
“@cptyler: Looking forward to the @POST_UK event for MP's researchers. #scipolicy http://t.co/RDST1buJ”
Thanks to all who attended #postbio and contributed to informative discussion. Short summary will be available soon at http://t.co/QL96aeLZ
#postbio: Forestry Commission published a woodfuel implementation plan, available at http://t.co/rbW3Tkfe
#postbio: final speaker is Ian Tubby of the Forestry Commission, who will focus his discussion on UK forestry
#postbio. Five ethical principles from Nuffield Council on Bioethics for biofuels and biofuels policy: http://t.co/aEvS7UvE
#postbio: Nuffield report on "Biofuels: ethical issues" available at http://t.co/A4BtUOte
#postbio: Hugh Whittall of Nuffield Council on Bioethics to present on "Biofuels: ethical principles"
#postbio. DECC thinks bioenergy could account for half of renewable energy target of 2020.
Next speaker at #postbio is Caroline Season of DECC, who will discuss UK Bioenergy Strategy http://t.co/HxfuAuGF