Events during 2010
Overview The CSaP inaugural lecture will take place on 18 January and will be delivered by Professor David Mackay Chief Scientific Adviser for DECC. Professor Mackay will discuss lessons and insights from his first 100 days in Government. This lecture ...
The Centre for Science and Policy is launching its Associate Seminar Series on 27 January 2010 with a session addressing the question "How should the policy impact of scientific research be measured?"
The second in our series of lectures will be delivered by Professor Ben Martin former Director of Science and Technology Policy Research (SPRU) at the University of Sussex.
The Centre for Science and Policy in collaboration with the PHG Foundation will co-host a series of expert workshops to develop an independent response to the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee Report published in June 2009.
The Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP) is holding a dinner on 12 May with guest speaker Professor Sir Mark Walport Director of the Wellcome Trust to discuss the policy implications of recent rapid advances in human genomics.
How can government be an intelligent user of science? Dr Parker will argue for a fundamental change in the way in which Whitehall and Westminster approach evidence-based policy making.
The third event in the CSaP's distinguished lecture series will be given on 7 June 2010 by the journalist and broadcaster Sarah Mukherjee.
The second event in the CSaP's Associate Seminar series will discuss Working on the Inside: Opportunities for scientists to work inside policy making.
In recognition of the need for the public to become more engaged in reducing their domestic energy usage DECC is seeking to work more closely with the academic community to review current policy and practice.
A workshop to discuss ecosystems and how they work what ecosystem services are how they are valued and relevance to a range of policy areas.
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