Assessing the Success of UK’s Science and Technology Framework: One Year On

Construction of Science and Technology Framework Delayed

The Department for Science, Innovation and Technology is currently evaluating the effectiveness of its plan to integrate research and development (R&D) practices across the government. One year after its establishment, the department introduced the Science and Technology Framework as a key step towards solidifying the UK’s position as a science and technology leader.

While the framework may not have garnered widespread attention, it outlined a comprehensive strategy to incorporate science and innovation throughout various government sectors. With 10 areas of action identified, each department was tasked with specific responsibilities to contribute to this overarching goal.

Now, researchers and policy experts are closely monitoring the outcomes of this framework to assess its effectiveness in advancing scientific advancements and innovations across the UK. The progress and impact of this initiative are being evaluated to determine its success in promoting R&D activities within the government.

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