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.
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Sir Mark Walport, Head of the GSE Profession provides an insight into the recent GSE Profession Board, including a big announcement on GSE membership for public sector organisations.
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.
Read and share our new strategy for a proud, high profile and effective Government Science and Engineering profession.
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All existing and new members of the Government Science and Engineering (GSE) profession must register to be a member via a new survey.
Since joining the team that supports the development of the Government Science and Engineering (GSE) profession, I have been amazed by how big and diverse the profession is.
Science and engineering runs through the work of government. It is critical for maintaining the resilience, wellbeing, health and security of the UK.