The policy challenges facing our world today demand ever-greater foresight, ingenuity and a willingness to collaborate across sectors. Our 'Spotlight' section highlights how we have been helping our network to navigate challenges from climate resilience to new forms of healthcare, and from national security to shaping innovation in the public interest.
CSaP has organised workshops, conferences and published a policy challenge briefing on the value and ethical implications of storing, linking and re-using personal data.
Our work on climate and cities has seen a particular focus on how cities can adapt in response to changing futures.
Academics and policy makers have come together through CSaP to examine the risks and opportunities for local government on housing, the economy, and social cohesion.
Connections made through the Policy Fellowships programme have led to ground-breaking discussions on the economic and societal impact of health research.
A CSaP Policy Workshop considered the lessons of history and examples of past successes, and concluded by identifying practical suggestions for future collaboration to cut ...
Our network brings together the strengths of Cambridge's innovation ecosystem to inform European, national and business policy.
The threats societies face and how we cope with them, are recurrent policy priorities for any government, and this has been reflected in our activities.
What is the role of scientific advice in governments? How has it changed over the past 50 years, and where might it go from here?