Following up from the last board meeting, Sir Patrick Vallance shares his ambitions on how to build pride and retain talent in the GSE profession.
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.
This blog post is a collection of vacancies, events and learning and development opportunities for people working in Government Science and Engineering.
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.
Project SEARCH and Public Health England have been working together to help young people with learning difficulties find meaningful work.
Are you a civil, crown or public servant with a background or interest in science and engineering? Join the GSE profession!
Sir Mark Walport reflects upon the positive progress being made on the GSE Strategy, and he unveils a new video animation for the profession, which seeks to answer the question: what’s in it for me?
Are you a Java genius or a code creator rather than breaker? Then we need your help to create a new digital directory.
Sir Mark Walport, welcomes new departments to the GSE Profession Board, provides a progress update on the Strategy and makes an important announcement about his future as the Head of the Government Science & Engineering profession.