Glasgow Science Festival: The Politics of Science and the Science of Politics
Glasgow Science Festival: Join researchers from the University of Glasgow, MPs and industry leaders for an insight into how research can influence government policy and decision-making.
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How does science influence policy? Join researchers from the University of Glasgow, MPs and industry leaders for an insight into how research can influence government policy and decision-making. The discussion will be followed by a Q&A.
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