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Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) enrichment activities to inspire and engage young people aged 5-19 years

28/12/2014

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Science is Vital - Youth voice survey

Science is Vital needs your views!

Science is Vital is a grassroots campaign of UK scientists and supporters of science who believe that a strong science base is vital to the UK’s economy and reputation. Formed in 2010 as a response to threatened government cuts to science, they’ve incorporated as a formal group to remain on call to speak for the interests of scientists and UK science. http://scienceisvital.org.uk/

As part of the 2013 campaign they are writing a report, to ultimatly go to Rt Hon David Willets MP - Minister for Universities and Science, and they want to include the view of young people who will ultimatly be most affected by future budget decisions in UK STEM.

We have chosen YOU to be the focus group that represent young STEM engaged people in the UK.

Please can you spend 15 minutes filling in the following survey as honestly as possible

Thank you for your time 

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