Given the importance to health policy of having access to the best evidence, and the excellence of biomedical research in Cambridge, it's no surprise that policy makers in this area continue to be strongly represented in CSaP's network.


Science in the service of the developing world

A Connections Lecture by Darwin College in association with the Centre for Science and Policy. "Anything that moves against economic development is against development." This observation by Professor ...


The benefits of play in middle childhood: what the research shows

On 9 April 2015 a workshop was held at the Faculty of Education and Homerton College to discuss what is known about the benefits of play in middle ...


What are the challenges for the future of healthcare in the UK?

The 2017 CSaP Annual Lecture was delivered by Professor Christopher Whitty, Chief Scientific Adviser to the Department of Health, who made his predictions about the future of health ...


Mark Bale, Department of Health, describes how a Policy Workshop helped deliver a huge new priority on genomics.

The workshop achieved what we’re increasingly calling ‘open policy making’. It’s a good example of how you can take a problem, bring together the various actors and come ...


Read our latest report, Biometrics: a guide, an introduction to biometrics and authentication……

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How can we measure performance effectively in UK life sciences?

A Policy Workshop held in collaboration with the Medicines Discovery Catapult to explore what approaches might be most suitable for developing and measuring the performance of UK life ...