The Government Science and Engineering (GSE) profession are offering its members access to a skills assessment tool designed to track their development, aid career conversations, and access relevant learning opportunities. What is it? The tool is cloud based and can …
With the campaign to recruit her successor underway, Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell reflects on her time as Independent Co-Chair of the Prime Minister’s Council for Science and Technology.
This is a blog from Vicki Chalker sharing her story of her mothers stroke and the way it has impacted her life for World stroke day.
This blog post is a collection of vacancies, events and learning and development opportunities for people working in Government Science and Engineering.
On World sight day, Leona Atkins shares her experience on what this day means.
This is a blog from Juliana Coelho, a scientist working for Public Health England who is sharing her story as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
This Blog post is to celebrate Black History Month with a collection of blogs from individuals across the science and engineering community.
This is a Blog from David Kenyon on why disability matters within the science and engineering profession.
In the Civil Service Year of Inclusion 2020 this is a series of blogs from colleagues who are celebrating everyday inclusion in all its forms for National Inclusion Week. This year's theme is Each One, Reach One and is about individuals and organisations connecting and inspiring each other to make inclusion an everyday reality
Applications for the Science and Engineering Fast Stream are now open and there’s never been a more exciting time to join the Civil Service.
A blog from Dimitra Christakou introducing WISE.