Skills evidence published by House of Lords Committee

Advanced Oxford evidence published as part of House of Lords enquiry into people and skills in UK science, technology, engineering and mathematics

Advanced Oxford’s submission to the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee, as part of their enquiry into people and skills in UK science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), has been published today.  Our evidence draws on the research that was undertaken as part of our skills and talent project, which can be found in our report Attract, Retain, Grow.

Our evidence can be found here

Other submissions, including from Advanced Oxford member, the Science and Technology Facilities Council, can be found here

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