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SGR Response to consultation on UK Government paper, 2004
 

Article by Stuart Parkinson, SGR, published in Science and Public Affairs in September 2004
 

Responses to the consultation on the UK Government paper, Taking it on - Developing UK sustainable development strategy together, in May 2004 and July 2004
 

Caroline Smith recounts a career path that took her to the other side of the world and a new perspective on the role of science

Article from SGR Newsletter 29, July 2004
 

Presentation by Dr Stuart Parkinson, SGR, on the NESTA 'Crucible' course on 17 July, 2004

 

Notes for a lecture given by Stuart Parkinson, SGR, at Lancaster University Engineering Dept, 26 May 2004
 

SGR ethical careers briefing by David Webb; April 2004

This briefing provides an insight into the implications of choosing a career in any field associated with space exploration or space technology. The forces that drive developments in space technology are complex, often political, and very often linked – either overtly or covertly – with a military imperative. The briefing aims to facilitate a deeper appreciation of these forces by offering a perspective on this military influence on the space industry that’s rarely seen elsewhere.
 

Text of an article by Stuart Parkinson, Director, SGR for Water and Environmental Management magazine, April 2004
 

UK assessment report to market Monsanto's GM maize cross NK603 x MON810 in Europe
Text of submission to a public consultation by Eva Novotny, SGR, on 19 April 2004
 

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