This blog post is a collection of vacancies, events and learning and development opportunities for people working in Government Science and Engineering.
Science & Policy Engagement
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.
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.
In the last in our series of blogs celebrating International Women’s Day & British Science Week, we hear from Jo Dally, from the Royal Society and a member of GSE’s Diversity and Inclusion action group.
Emily Dowdeswell, a soil science PhD student at Cranfield University shares her experiences of a busy 3 month placement in the Chief Scientific Adviser’s office in Defra.
Government Science & Engineering Fast Streamers, Dan Meeson and Fraeya Whiffin, share their experiences as GSE champions on organising a cross government networking event.
What might research in 2035 look like? The Royal Society is inviting GSE members to get involved and have their say on the future of research culture.
Ian Boyd, Chief Scientific Advisor and Head of GSE profession for Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra), highlights the importance of government and the research community working together.
President of the Royal Society, Sir Venki Ramakrishnan explains what the Royal Society Pairing Scheme is and why civil servants should apply.
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.