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The Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology has published a research briefing on Marine Microplastic Pollution, an issue which the Environmental Audit Committee is conducting an inquiry into.
But how secure is that when wild bees and hoverflies have declined by 50% and 25% respectively since the 1980''s (Postnote 348, January 2010, Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology)?
Engineering doctoral student Iwan Roberts, 23, will spend three months with the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology.
* For background information about the United Kingdom's chewing gum-litter problem, read this fact sheet from the British Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology:
The Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POSI) blames political pressure and a lack of IT project management skills for the high number of costly public sector IT failures.
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