Voice of the Future
Put your burning science policy questions to leading political figures.
Voice of the Future offers young scientists the chance to put their burning science policy questions to key political figures, through a unique opportunity in Westminster.
Organised by the Royal Society of Biology on behalf of the science and engineering community, the annual event reverses the format of a Parliamentary Select Committee, giving a panel of early career scientists the opportunity to question senior figures from Parliament and Government on issues that matter to them.
Leading decision-makers that have appeared in front of the panel include the Minister of State for Universities, Science and Research, the Government’s Chief Scientific Adviser, and members of the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee. Find out more about previous events.
Voice of the Future 2017 will take place on 15 March, and applications are open now, with six places reserved for BES members.