Events during 2011
Mr Andrew Miller, MP for Ellesmere Port and Neston, and Chair of the Science and Technology Committee, will deliver a lecture on ‘Science in Emergencies’ on 3 March 2011.
Discussions on research, policy and practice for innovation in the high-tech economy between researchers, policy makers and practitioners of innovation in Cambridge and Massachusetts, as part of the State Governor of Massachusetts Innovation Economy Mission to the UK
Join leading experts from the worlds of science, politics and economics to debate how your tax money should be spent.
A lecture by Professor Jeremy Watson, Chief Scientific Advisor of the Department for Communities and Local Government, and Global Research Director of Arup
The Office for National Statistics is developing a set of measures of national well-being to complement economic measures - such as Gross Domestic Product (GDP) - that until now have underpinned evaluations of ‘how the UK is doing’.
The CSaP Science and Policy Studies Centre Interest Group has launched a programme to identify key questions concerning the relationship between science and policy.
The aim of BHRU is to contribute evidence to national and international efforts to achieve sustained behaviour change that improves health outcomes and reduces health inequalities. The BHRU will launch on 11 April 2011.
A joint event between CSaP and GO Science which will bring together scientists and policy professionals to explore the increasing impact of science on policy from the perspective of practitioners.
Cambridge Public Policy Seminar
How much carbon do we need to emit to live well? What universal living standards can we look forward to in future decades, if we have to drastically reduce carbon emissions?
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