Put your science policy questions to MPs

The Physiological Society has reserved three spaces at 'Voice of the Future 2012' - an opportunity for researchers to put their questions to an assembled panel of MPs, at the House of Commons.

The event, organised by the Society of Biology, is taking place at Portcullis House on Wednesday 14 March. Places are limited but we have secured three places for our younger Members. 

MPs attending the event include members of the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee, Rt Hon. David Willetts MP (Minister of State for Universities and Science) , and Chi Onwurah MP (Shadow Minister for Innovation and Skills). 

Places will be allocated via a competitive selection process. To be eligible, and represent The Physiological Society at this event, you need to be;

1. A Member of The Physiological Society
2. Aged under 35   

To apply, please fill out our webform. The deadline is 27 February 2012, and if you are successful, we will be in touch by 29 February.  

If you are unsuccesful in gaining a place we will submit your qestions to the Society of Biology anyway. Alternatively, you can submit questions via Twitter during the event (regardless of age or affiliation) using the hashtag, VOF2012. 

If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Brook on policy@physoc.org