The British Science Association (BSA) is collecting 100 ideas on how to make science a more fundamental part of culture and society.

As part of the campaign, the BSA has asked for community groups, scientists, political commentators, authors and religious leaders to submit suggestions on how to integrate science into everyday life.

The highest rated submission, from The Muslim Council of Britain – headed by the Redbridge Islamic Centre's Harun Khan – calls for a platform where religious believers and scientists can debate ideas together.

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