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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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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Science, Policy and Pandemics: Epidemiological Modelling and Covid-19

In the first episode of CSaP's new podcast series on Science, Policy and Pandemics, Professor Julia Gog and Professor James Wood discuss epidemiological modelling and covid-19.

CSaP Annual Conference

Showcasing our work and the themes we have covered throughout the year.

Our annual event welcomes more than 200 people from across a range of government, academic and business organisations to discuss our most recent work on research and policy ...

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The State of Social Cohesion During Covid-19

What do we know about social cohesion in the context of covid-19? As part of CSaP's 2020 Virtual Annual Conference, we heard from a practitioner and two academics ...


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The Knife's Edge: Balancing Health and the Economy During Covid-19

What can we learn from the way that government decision making has sometime posed economics and public health against each other? How can decision-makers consider economic and health ...

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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.