PORTSMOUTH South MP Flick Drummond is asking residents, schools and colleges to help frame government policy on science and technology by making suggestions to a powerful parliamentary committee.
The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee has created an open opportunity for the science community, schools, colleges, and the wider public to suggest science and technology areas for scrutiny.
The cross-party group wants to gather suggestions for topics for its next inquiry.
‘This is a great opportunity to get involved with setting the science and technology agenda in Westminster,’ said Mrs Drummond.
Written suggestions can be submitted via parliament.uk/myscienceinquiry.