Monthly Archives: June 2013

27 / Jun / 2013 0

Spending Review 2013: Science is Vital responds

Today’s announcement of a continued cash value freeze of the core science research budget is disappointing. It means that, from 2011 to 2016, the budget will have seen a real-terms drop of around 10% in an internationally competitive sector. As … Continue reading

Categories: News
21 / Jun / 2013 1

Delivering the Legacy of cash freeze 2010 report to David Willetts at BIS

On Wednesday this week (19th June), Science is Vital presented our report on the legacy of the 2010 Comprehensive Spending Review to David Willetts, Minister of State for Universities and Science, in his office in Westminster. The report, which summarised … Continue reading

Categories: Campaign, Evidence, Survey
17 / Jun / 2013 0

Legacy of the 2010 science budget cash freeze: final report

As part of our most recent campaign, we conducted a survey asking UK scientists (or those who have left is the last few years) about their experiences of doing effective science before and after the 2010 spending review initiated a … Continue reading

Categories: Campaign, Evidence, Survey