Michael Rignall, from the Public Engagement with Science team in BEIS, talks about his team’s work and the importance of reaching out to young people to build their enthusiasm about STEM.
David Wood reports on his first year as Head of Geography within the GSE profession.
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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.
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.
The National Physical Laboratory’s James Claverley shares his thoughts following a very busy second GSE Champions Networking Event.
Dr Patrick Vallance, the new Government Chief Scientific Adviser (GCSA) and Head of GSE Profession, reflects upon his first two months in the new job and shares his vision for achieving excellence and relevance in the GSE profession.
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.