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Listen to an interview with a recent POST fellow sponsored by @STFC_Matters : http://t.co/VIpWmTYo
POST student fellowships sponsored by @RSC_Comms and @BPSOfficial currently open for applications: http://t.co/XvRWp7Yr
POST events in June on "Neuroscience and the Law" and "Reducing the Carbon Footprint of Road Freight": http://t.co/SnkQiQ2z
New POSTnotes on Bioenergy and Assessing Energy Efficiency: http://t.co/vGLMc8cr
@AdamCommentism @commonslibrary and the staff of the S&T committees in HoC and HoL too - there are lots of scientists in Parliament!
@AdamCommentism POST hosts around 20 science PhD students each year funded by an array of science orgs. - see http://t.co/XvRWp7Yr
and #ff @xmalik and @flbhatti too, providing specialist advice to the Commons Science & Tech Select Committee
#ff @commonslibrary doing excellent work providing research and advice to MPs
POST's quarterly newsletter, with nine new projects and two new heads! http://t.co/XemFPyYz
New POSTnote on invasive tree pests and diseases: http://t.co/KbahVK1T
Two new POSTnotes on livestock: one on diseases, one on breeding improvements http://t.co/KbahVK1T
New POSTnotes on clinical trials and the ageing workforce: http://t.co/KbahVK1T
Leave feedback on any of our POSTnotes at http://t.co/MQ8d9hzk
New POSTnote on cyber security in the UK: http://t.co/KbahVK1T
New POSTnotes on GM crops and food security, anaerobic digestion, and marine planning: http://t.co/Rw3nK29