29 June 2017, The Royal Society, LondonDownload the latest agenda and book now for the annual conference
Through our workshops, Fellowships and research programme, we have pioneered new ways of bringing academia and public policy together.
A CSaP professional development policy workshop for early-career environmental scientists at Cambridge gave them an insight into the role of science, evidence and expertise in public policy.
Our Policy Workshops provide a forum for policy professionals and researchers to debate, cross examine and re-evaluate issues that are of direct relevance to public policy.
David Rose (Geography, CSaP, UCL STEaPP) and Rebecca Robertson (Zoology) led an inter-disciplinary workshop assessing the role of decision support tools in conservation.
As part of the Government Foresight Project into the Future of Mobility, CSaP organised a Policy Workshop which brought together representatives from the Government Office for Science with ...
We're working to secure UK’s global leadership in nuclear fusion research by committing to fund the EU’s JET projec… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
On Thursday 4 May 2017, Greater Manchester will elect its first Mayor. The creation of a directly elected Mayor is part of the process of devolving more political ...
Our programmes, workshops, and professional development activities provide opportunities for policy professionals and researchers to discuss and debate high-priority public policy issues.
Our Policy Fellows describe the programme and its benefits in their own words.
We help academics increase the policy impact of their work by facilitating meaningful connections through our workshops and Fellowships.
Our workshops provide a forum to cross examine and re-evaluate issues that are of direct relevance to policy makers.
"Handling risk is a vital task for any government. By building timely and relevant connections between government and academia, the Centre for Science and Policy is making a significant contribution to improving the use of evidence in public policy."