Society of Biology to the Science and Technology Select Committee inquiry on Science and International Development
21 December 2011
A brief contribution from the Society of Biology to the Science and Technology Select Committee inquiry on Science and International Development.

Society of Biology response to House of Lords Science and Technology committee enquiry on higher education in STEM subjects
16 December 2011
A response from the Society of Biology to the House of Lords Science and Technology committee enquiry on higher education in STEM subjects.

Society of Biology response to EFRA enquiry "Greening the common agricultural policy"
25 November 2011

Society of Biology response to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills on a new fit-for-purpose regulatory framework for the Higher Education sector
04 November 2011
A response from the Society of Biology to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills on a new fit-for-purpose regulatory framework for the Higher Education sector.

Society of Biology response to REF consultation October 2011
26 October 2011
The Society of Biology response on the new Research Excellence Framework consultation.

Society of Biology response to HEFCE consultation on teaching funding and student number controls
07 October 2011
A response from the Society of Biology to the HEFCE consultation on teaching funding and student number controls.

SCORE responds to the DfE consultation on Qualifications for 14-16 year olds and performance tables
06 October 2011
SCORE responds to the DfE consultation on Qualifications for 14-16 year olds and performance tables.

A joint response from the Society of Biology, Institute of Physics and Royal Society of Chemistry to the consultation on the HE White Paper
28 September 2011
The Institute of Physics, the Royal Society of Chemistry, and the Society of Biology have worked together to form this response to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills' consultation on the strategy described in the Higher Education White Paper.

Society of Biology initial response to Higher Education White Paper
08 August 2011
An initial response to the Higher Education White Paper, sent to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

Forest Research and the 2010 Spending Review
07 July 2011
A response to the Science & Technology Select Committee inquiry into forest research and the 2010 spending review.

Spending Review 2010
12 May 2011

National Curriculum Review - Phase 1
15 April 2011
SCORE (Science Community Representing Education), the partnership representing the UK's foremost science education organisations, has submitted its response to the Department for Education's call for evidence in its Review of the National Curriculum.

Reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP)
10 April 2011
Reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) Society of Biology Position Statement April 2011 An effective Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will allow Europe to maintain security of food production, viable rural communities, and the resilient ecosystems and natural resources upon which we depend for survival, without damaging economies and environments outside Europe. The Society of Biology believes that the current CAP does not meet these objectives effectively and should be reformed.

Peer Review
20 March 2011
A response from the Society of Biology to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee inquiry into Peer Review.

The Future of Higher Education
17 March 2011
A response from the Society of Biology to the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee.

Cambridge Assessment on post 16 qualification development
16 February 2011
A response from the Society of Biology to Cambridge Assessment on the development of post 16 qualifications.

Charity Commission consultation on its future direction
20 January 2011
A response from the Society of Biology to the Charity Commission consultation on its future direction.

Response to EFRA: Impact of Common Agricultural Policy Reform on UK Agriculture
04 January 2011
A response to the Environment Food and Rural Affairs select committee.

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