Evidence submitted to House of Commons Inquiry on Science Communication

AsSIST-UK member Dr Angela Cassidy (also coordinator of the UK-based research network, Science in Public) led on preparing written evidence to the House of Commons current Inquiry on Science Communication. The evidence also drew on important contributions from Professor James Wilsdon, Professor Rick Holliman and Professor Brian Trench (President of the international Public Communication of Science and Technology Network). This is a good example of how we are building a professional platform and partnerships that ensures the social science and humanities voice is heard in Westminster.

The submission can be read here: HoC Science Comms Enquiry_ASSIST UK_SiP_PCST

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