The FSA Science Council is an independent expert committee of the Food Standards Agency, comprising a Chair and seven members. It provides high-level, expert strategic insight, challenge and advice to the FSA's Chief Scientific Adviser and to the Board and executive of the FSA on the FSA's use of science to deliver FSA objectives. Its purpose is to help ensure that the FSA identifies, sources, integrates and uses the best scientific evidence and expertise from all relevant disciplines to inform and evaluate its work.
22 March 2021
A Science Council consultation on draft principles and guidelines for un-commissioned third-party evidence starts today and ends on 22 April. To take part go to the webpage for the Rapid Evidence Review 1 on the Critical Appraisal of Third-Party Evidence.