House of Commons Science and Technology Committee's report on scientific advice, risk and evidence-based policy making

November 9, 2006

London, 8 November 2006

Scientific Advice, Risk and Evidence Based Policy Making

Volume I
http:/// /cm200506/cmselect/cmsctech/900/900-i.pd f

Volume II - Oral and written evidence
http:/// /cm200506/cmselect/cmsctech/900/900-ii.p df

House of Commons Science and Technology Committee. Seventh Report of Session 2005–06

House of Commons Science and Technology Committee

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