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Food Standards Agency Science and Evidence Expenditure 2013/14

Each year the Food Standards Agency reports on its science and research programmes. In this section you’ll find data on our expenditure on science and evidence. The latest report covers the period...

Food Standards Agency Science and Evidence Expenditure 2010/11 and 2011/12

Each year the Food Standards Agency's Chief Scientist reports on our science and research programmes. In this section you’ll find data on our expenditure on science and evidence. The latest report...

Food Standards Agency Science and Evidence Expenditure 2012-2013

Each year the Agency's Chief Scientist reports on our science and research programmes. The latest report covers the period April 2012 to March 2013.

Public Attitudes to Science 2011

UK public attitudes to science, scientists and science policy

Government Procurement Card transactions over £500 from Science and Technology Facilities Council

This dataset shows transactions over £500 on Government Procurement Cards (GPC) issued by the Science and Technology Facilities Council.

Science, Engineering and Technology Indicators

The Science, Engineering and Technology Indicators, or SET Statistics, are a summary of key indicators covering government financing of science, engineering and technology, research and development...

The Trends in Mathematics and Science Study

The Trends in Mathematics and Science Study is an international survey of the educational achievement of the equivalent of year 5 and year 9 pupils across the world organised by the IEA. A total of...

Engineering and Physical Sciences Spend data 2018

EPSRCTransparency Data for 2018

Bioscience and Health Technology Database

UK Life Sciences company data. This includes the number of companies, turnover and employment in the principal Life Science industry sectors - Pharmaceuticals, Medical Technology, Medical...

Engineering and Physical Sciences Spend data 2017

Details of all transactions for EPSRC during 2017

Spend over £500 in the Science and Technology Facilities Council

A monthly-updated list of all financial transactions spending over £500 made by the Science and Technology Facilities Council, as part of the Government's commitment to transparency in expenditure.

NI 085c - Post-16 participation in physical sciences (A Level Physics Chemistry and Maths) - A Level Maths

Number of entries for each A level Science by pupils that are aged 16-18 year olds in schools and colleges in England.

NI 085a - Post-16 participation in physical sciences (A Level Physics Chemistry and Maths) - A Level Physics

Number of entries for each A level Science by pupils that are aged 16-18 year olds in schools and colleges in England.

NI 085b - Post-16 participation in physical sciences (A Level Physics Chemistry and Maths) - A Level Chemistry

Number of entries for each A level Science by pupils that are aged 16-18 year olds in schools and colleges in England.

Department for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs (Defra) Omnicom - Defra Science Information System

Information on research projects across the Department for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs (Defra) from Defra's Science information system

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) Marine Science Co-ordination Committee contact list

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) Marine Science Co-ordination Committee contact list

NI 085 - Post-16 participation in physical sciences (A Level Physics, Chemistry and Maths)

Number of entries for each A level Science by pupils that are aged 16-18 year olds in schools and colleges in England.

Allocation of science and research funding 2011/12 to 2014/15

Underlying data from the publication The Allocation of Science and Research Funding 2011/12 to 2014/15 [URN 10/1356]

UK innovation survey 2009: science and innovation analysis

Underlying data from figures and tables in chapter 2 of the UK innovation survey 2009: science and innovation analysis [URN 10/P107A]

NI 084 - Achievement of 2 or more A*- C grades in Science GCSEs or equivalent

Number of pupils in a school at the end of KS4 who have achieved 2 or more science GCSEs graded A*-C against the number of pupils in a school at the end of KS4, expressed as a percentage.