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GSE round-up: the history of data sharing, autonomous vehicles, conservation careers and more

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A round-up of interesting articles for people working in the Government Science and Engineering profession.

Have a look at this blogpost by Philip Rutnam, Permanent Secretary at the Department for Transport, on how British engineers, scientists and entrepreneurs, working alongside government, are making autonomous vehicles a reality.

Watch GSE’s Head of Profession, Sir Mark Walport, speak at WIRED Money about distributed ledger technology.

Interested in a career in conservation? Read about Steve Walker's experience as an apprentice at Natural England.

Research Councils UK have launched a Call for Evidence for views on appropriate high-level challenges and the delivery of the new £1.5 billion Global Challenges Research Fund that was announced in the Government’s Spending Review on 25 November 2015. The closing date is 22 August 2016.

Finally, we enjoyed reading this feature on how academic research can inform better policy making.

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