A discussion on the divides and dichotomies highlighted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
What do early career researchers need to know about engaging with public policy?
How does the UK Parliament source and use evidence, and how can academics better engage to maximise the chances for evidence-informed decision-making?
Loneliness has always been a problem for society... but for some people the problem can be chronic or even feel overwhelming.
My research focuses predominantly on offenders – how they get into cybercrime, why they offend, what they get out of it, and how to intervene ...
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.
Exploring ways of improving engagement of civil society in public policy.
Our work on climate climate has seen a particular focus on the risks from our changing climate, and responses to increase our resilience against it.
"Fake news", "alternative facts", "people are sick of experts" - how can academics communicate uncertainty without increasing the lack of public trust?