Here are some recent publications from Westminster and Holyrood that may be useful:
Research exploring the social and economic impacts of not retaining women in science and engineering.
Review into teacher education in Scotland.
Reports on visitor experience and satisfaction during visits to the four Scottish Science Centres (Our Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh, Glasgow Science Centre, Dundee Science Centre and Satrosphere in Aberdeen).
- Healthy Weight Communities – interim evaluation reports.
“In June 2008 the Scottish Government announced their intention to establish pathfinder Healthy Weight Communities in a small number of areas across Scotland. This was part of the Healthy Eating, Active Living action plan and the main objective was to help them join up existing activities for greater impact, rather than generating new activity. Eight Healthy Weight Communities were selected in May 2009 and their funding continues until March 2011.”
Framework to improve the nutrition of pregnant women, babies and young children in Scotland.
UK Government White Paper about funding for local transport: “Our vision is for a transport system that is an engine for economic growth, but one that is also greener and safer and improves quality of life in our communities.”
[It is not immediately obvious which sections of this report apply to the UK, and which are England only. Information on Scottish transport policies can be found on the Scottish Government’s transport site.]
Includes a lengthy section about outcomes from EPSRC-funded research.
You can find lots more useful government publications on the UWS Government Publications blog.