An ALDES newsletter . May 2020 As the 2020 ALDES exec gets into its virtual stride, I wanted to share this window into ALDES’ work, what the near future might hold, and a few ways you can get involved. The whole exec and I hope to speak to and/or meet many of you soon; until then, […]
ALDES Spring Conference 2020 fringe event
York – Hilton hotel – Micklegate room – refreshments provided
7:45 – 9pm Saturday March 14th
Join us for a few short talks but mainly a chance to chat and network around all things science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine. Find out how evidence-informed policy is at the heart of the Lib Dems, how important it is given the current political climate, and how you can get involved with ALDES but also through your local parties!
Layla Moran was elected MP for Oxford West and Abingdon in this June’s General Election and the Liberal Democrats’ spokesperson for Education, Science & Young People. She read Physics at Imperial College and holds an MA in Comparative Education. Before becoming an MP she was a physics teacher. Layla also advocates evidence-based solutions to environmental […]
Scientific co-operation across Europe has helped all our lives, it’s helping us cure disease, expand the boundaries of our knowledge and increase our understanding of our home planet and beyond. Brexit puts all that at risk The Liberal Democrats are a pro-science party with evidence- based policies. They are the real opposition to the Conservative […]
After this week’s vote to trigger Article 50, we’ll be hosting a Fringe event at the party’s Spring Conference in York to discuss the major threats to science and research from Brexit and what opportunities remain to prevent damage to the sector. Science, Brexit and the Way Forward Saturday 18 March, 7.45–9.00pm Minster Suite, York […]