Scientific Advice to Governments

CSaP works with its partners to host lectures, panel discussions and workshops, and carry out research on the history, and future, of scientific advice to governments.

Scientific advice to governments

Statesmanship in a scientific age

The greatest challenges facing global leaders and the skills needed for effective leadership in the modern world were examined in a series of events as part of the ...

Scientific advice to governments

David Clary Distinguished Lecture

Our sixth Distinguished Lecture was given by Professor David Clary FRS, the Foreign Office’s first Chief Scientific Adviser. Professor Clary delivered a wide ranging and informative lecture covering ...

Professional Development Policy Workshops

Statesmanship in a scientific age

The greatest challenges facing global leaders and the skills needed for effective leadership in the modern world were examined in a series of events as part of the ...

Making the transition from scientific researcher to scientific leader

Scientific Leadership

Today’s policy makers face ever-greater need to harness science and technology to address complex policy challenges. It is vital that there is a cadre of scientific leaders with ...

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Scientific advice to governments

How science can influence policy

There are certain practical realities when it comes to bringing the implications of research to the attention of policy makers. To discuss these and more, the Centre for ...