Events during 2011 for Tyler, Dr Chris
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
The CSaP Science and Policy Studies Centre Interest Group has launched a programme to identify key questions concerning the relationship between science and policy.
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.
An innovation odyssey – from basic research to the world’s fastest-selling consumer electronics product
The next lecture in the CSaP Distinguished Lecture Series will be given by Professor Christopher Bishop, Distinguished Scientist, Microsoft Research Cambridge on 12 May 2011 at 5:30pm.
The PHG Foundation and the Centre for Science and Policy is hosting a workshop at the Wellcome Trust as part of a project investigating the opportunities and challenges of new DNA sequencing technologies and whole genome sequencing for medicine and health care.
Cambridge Public Policy is organising an event with YouGov@Cambridge for policy makers, academics and business leaders, which will take place on 8 and 9 September in Cambridge.
In July 2011 the Office of National Statistics published a report with the key findings from a national debate to measure the nation's well being. This seminar will provide a forum for discussion and an outline of next steps.
The first Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs was appointed in 1782. It took another 227 years for the Foreign Office to appoint its first Chief Scientific Adviser. We are delighted that CSaP's sixth Distinguished Lecture will be given by the first holder of this historic post, Professor David Clary FRS.
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY SUBSCRIBED The Centre for Science and Policy is collaborating with the Society of Biology to run a policy seminar for early career biologists, covering a range of biological disciplines and interest areas. The seminar, which ...
This lecture will be delivered by Lord Rees of Ludlow. Martin Rees, the Astronomer Royal and Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, was appointed President of the Royal Society in 2005 and completed his tenure a year ago. During his time at the helm, he oversaw a number of changes at the Royal Society that saw expansion in its public engagement and its policy role.
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