Government appoints two female chief scientific advisors

John Leonard
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Prof Dame Angela McLean and Prof Julia Sutcliffe. Sources, Wikimedia, LinkedIn
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Prof Dame Angela McLean and Prof Julia Sutcliffe. Sources, Wikimedia, LinkedIn

Professor Dame Angela McLean will be government chief scientific adviser (GCSA), becoming the first woman in that role, while Julia Sutcliffe will be CSA at the new Department for Business and Trade 

The UK government has appointed its first ever female government chief scientific adviser (GCSA).  Professor Dame Angela McLean will replace Sir Patrick Vallance in that role on 1st April. She w...

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