Head of the Civil Service Sir Jeremy Heywood explains why a career in government is such an exciting and rewarding option for science, technology and engineering graduates - and why we need more of them.
Dr Melody Clark from the British Antarctic Survey answers your questions about her career, government science and life in the Antarctic.
Dr Alice Bunn, Director of Policy at the UK Space Agency, explains how space programmes have an impact on our daily lives in ways we don't even realise.
In the wake of the recent notifications of Bird Flu in the UK, David Harris from the Animal and Plant Health Agency updates his blog on how his team handle exotic diseases.
Sir Mark Walport, the Government Chief Scientific Adviser and Head of the Government Office for Science discusses why science matters to government and the Civil Service.
Foot and Mouth, Bird 'Flu and now Ebola. David Harris and his team of civil servants stand at the forefront of stopping these diseases spreading in the UK.
Sequencing DNA in the Arctic and teaching students about the Japanese art of Gyotaku, Dr Melody Clark talks about her unusual career.
Professor Sir Mark Walport, the current Government Chief Scientific Adviser talks about the important role the Government Office for Science plays, and how they are embracing open-policy making.