This blog post is a collection of vacancies, events and learning and development opportunities for people working in Government Science and Engineering.
David Wood reports on his first year as Head of Geography within the GSE profession.
Dr Lucy Mason, head of the government’s Defence and Security Accelerator, discusses emerging technologies and invites the public and GSE members to share and assess ideas for the future.
PhD students share their first experiences of the Civil Service, as UKRI policy interns based in the Government Office for Science.
Helen Roberts has been a government scientist since 2017 and currently works at the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA). She tells us about her experience of participating in the Royal Society Pairing Scheme, which the GSE profession sponsors.
Today, 17 May, I’ll be walking a little taller and feeling a little prouder. It’s all to do with a small piece of fabric currently flying from the flagpole outside my office, and maybe outside yours too.
Throughout the year, the GSE Team run special events at regional locations across the country. The events are a chance for GSE members to meet each other and learn about some ground-breaking science at a world-leading GSE institution.
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.
David Wood (@GovHeadGeog), the new pan-government Head of Geography, talks geography, government and GSE.
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 …