Friday, December 3, 2010

Science, Engineering and Technology Award for DECC 2050 Pathways Team

DECC 2050 team members
At the Civil Service Awards last month, the Science, Engineering and Technology Award was won by the DECC 2050 Pathways Team for their work, which I highlighted in July.
From right to left, the photo shows Gus O'Donnell (Cabinet Secretary) giving the award to Katherine Randall, Tom Counsell, Clare Maltby, and James Geddes at Buckingham Palace. (To their left are two staff from the Government Office of Science.)


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The link to the other book' - to the right, is broken

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