This blog post is a collection of vacancies, events and learning and development opportunities for people working in Government Science and Engineering.
Capability & Skills
Head of GSE profession Dr Patrick Vallance shares his focus for the next 12 months including building pride, raising the profile of GSE work, and nurturing talent.
The third edition of GSE Bitesize: a collection of upcoming Learning & Development (L&D) and employment opportunities available to GSE members.
The latest of our blogs celebrating International Women’s Day and British Science Week, we hear from Roulin Khondoker, a GSE Champion in Defra, on her passion for encouraging science & engineering engagement.
Dr Kavitha Kishen, Deputy Director, National Security Science and Research at the Department for Transport, DfT, explains how you have a chance to work in the exciting area of transport security; tackling global challenges and seeing evidence based decision-making in …
Presenting the second edition of GSE Bitesize: a collection of upcoming Learning & Development (L&D) opportunities available to our members.
What might research in 2035 look like? The Royal Society is inviting GSE members to get involved and have their say on the future of research culture.
Dr Rita Gardner, Director of the Royal Geographical Society, and Jon Pickstone, Chair of the Central Government Geographers Group, welcome Sir Mark Walport’s announcement that a new pan-government Head of Geography will operate under the GSE umbrella.
President of the Royal Society, Sir Venki Ramakrishnan explains what the Royal Society Pairing Scheme is and why civil servants should apply.
Sir Mark Walport reflects upon the positive progress being made on the GSE Strategy, and he unveils a new video animation for the profession, which seeks to answer the question: what’s in it for me?