Anyone working in environmental science knows that understanding how the environment is faring, and how this has changed over time, is hugely complicated. Everything is interconnected; a change in one part of an ecosystem can have knock-on impacts elsewhere. Defining …
The GSE Profession is conducting its first annual member survey, and we need your help to ensure we gather data which can help us improve the Profession. We are asking all members to complete this 15-minute survey so we can …
As part of this year’s International Women’s Day #ChooseToChallenge theme, Kate discusses in this guest post discusses why diversity and inclusion are important to her.
Today marks the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Now more than ever we are celebrating the wonderful contributions women have made in science across government. As a thank you for all their achievements during these extraordinary times, …
This blog post is a collection of vacancies, events and learning and development opportunities for people working in Government Science and Engineering.
Simon Kippin, GSE Champion in Air Command of the Ministry of Defence, talks about showcasing the importance of STEM in the Royal Air Force.
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.
Dr Shabana Haque, Head of the GSE Team, shines the spotlight on the lives of two exceptional women who were at the forefront of the women’s suffrage campaign and pioneers of science and medicine.