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CLOSER Policy alert: Call for evidence – Women and Equalities Committee inquiry into body image

Find out how you can contribute evidence to the Women and Equalities Committee’s inquiry into body image.

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CLOSER Policy alert: Call for researchers to provide expert insights to Parliament into the COVID-19 Outbreak and its impacts

Following the COVID-19 Outbreak, a number of calls from the UK Parliament for experts to provide their insights around its short, medium and long-term impacts have been announced.

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CLOSER Policy alert: Opportunity to input into review of DCMS survey needs

New opportunity to input into Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) strategic review of the survey needs of the department.

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CLOSER Policy alert: Major investment boost for science and research

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, has set out a plan to invest in research and development (R&D) and cutting-edge technologies over the next Parliament in the first Budget of the new government.

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CLOSER Policy alert: Opportunity to highlight ideas and policy areas for BEIS Committee

The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee is inviting academics to come forward with suggestions on issues the Committee should investigate over the course of this Parliament.

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Longitudinal studies must make the case for change in order to seize opportunities of the future

New CLOSER report details key findings from 2020 conference, Preparing for the future II: international approaches to challenges facing longitudinal population studies.

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CLOSER Policy alert: BEIS Areas of Research Interest 2020

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has set out its immediate evidence needs & research requirements in its Areas of Research Interest Interim Update 2020.

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CLOSER Policy alert: UK Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA)

Read new insights into how a UK Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) could work, modelled on the US version.

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CLOSER Policy alert: Royal College of Psychiatrists call for more sophisticated longitudinal research studies into technology use

The Royal College of Psychiatrists have called for more sophisticated longitudinal research studies examining technology use and the mental health of children and young people.

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CLOSER Policy alert: Queen’s Speech 2019

In the Queen’s Speech 2019, the UK Government announced its plan to prioritise investment in world-leading science research.

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