The GSE Champions within the new Department for International Trade (DIT) are working to develop an active community of scientists and engineers.
This week is British Science Week. NPL’s Outreach Manager and GSE Member Andrew Hanson, tells us how encouraging science participation is not just his day job but a full-time occupation.
GSE member Cate Setterfield brilliantly exemplifies the inclusivity of the GSE profession by working in a science role without having a formal background in science.
GSE member Sara Huntingdon details how photocopiers first inspired her to pursue a career at the UK Space Agency (UKSA) where she now leads a project on using satellites to improve public services.
GSE member Steve Driver from the IPO describes how science, engineering and technology meet law in the world of patents.
GSE member Dr Helen Roberts from the Animal and Plant Health Agency explains why monitoring global disease is so important for the health of UK livestock.
New starter Oliver Summers kicks off a series of posts that will introduce the GSE Team and what we have planned for the future.
From high speed trains to inflatable incubators, shaking hands with robots and with royalty, a job in the UK Government’s global Science and Innovation Network is never dull.