In response to the Coronavirus pandemic the Centre for Science and Policy is, for the time being, changing the way we deliver our services. We are developing new ways to keep you informed throughout this difficult time.

Most recently, we've launched a podcast series on Science, Policy and Pandemics, which is produced in partnership with the Cambridge Immunology Network and Cambridge Infectious Diseases and which is available on all major podcasting platforms.

Science, Policy and Pandemics

We convene our network to provide fresh perspectives and critical challenges to conventional thinking.

Through our workshops, Fellowships and research programme, we have pioneered new ways of bringing academia and public policy together.

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What role can technology play in increasing health systems resilience?

Can health technology foster greater resilience in our health care systems? What lessons have we learned from the covid-19 pandemic about the role of technology in healthcare provision?

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A Green Recovery

How can we move towards cleaner, greener and smarter forms of growth in the aftermath of the current crisis?

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Science, Policy and Pandemics: Applying Statistical Methods

In the fourth episode of our podcast series on Science, Policy & Pandemics, Dr Rob Doubleday spoke with Dr Daniela De Angelis, Professor of Statistical Science for Health ...

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Focusing on topics of strategic importance to research and policy

Our workshops, seminars, lectures and annual conference bring together policy professionals and researchers to discuss and debate high-priority public policy issues.


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Applying systems thinking to policymaking

The challenges facing government tend to be mutlifacted, complex, chronic, social, economic and environmental, and their causes and potential solutions are typically unobvious, suggests Paul Kett, Director General ...

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Our programmes, workshops, and professional development activities provide opportunities for policy professionals and researchers to discuss and debate high-priority public policy issues.