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Science advisory council passes survival test

A triennial review of the Council for Science and Technology has said that the body should continue to exist but has made recommendations for potential improvements.

The council provides valuable input to government on science policy matters and should be maintained as a non-departmental public body, according to the report  published on 7 November. 

The scope of the review was to consider whether the function of the council was still necessary and whether its current NDPB status was best suited to providing that function. 

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