Events during 2013 for Doubleday, Dr Robert
The second in a series of four seminars looking at ways in which government can make more effective use of scientists and scientific advice in the context of Civil Service reform and a move towards open policy making.
The third in a series of seminars looking at ways in which government can make more effective use of scientists and scientific advice in the context of Civil Service reform and a move towards open policy making.
Professor Mark Burgman, University of Melbourne
Lord Turner of Ecchinswell, Chairman of the Financial Services Authority, will deliver his lecture 'Public Policy and the science base: successes and failures' as part of the CSaP Distinguished Lecture Series.
Speaker: Professor Cass Sunstein, Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
Continuing the theme of the Future Directions seminar series, CSaP’s second annual conference will see leading speakers from government and academia explore the changing role of the analytical professions; how government can make better use of external academic expertise; and the nature of evidence in more open policy making.
The Centre for Science and Policy, and the Nano Doctoral Training Centre (NanoDTC) at the University of Cambridge are organising a workshop for early career nanoscientists, which will take place in London on 3 June.
Chi Onwurah, Shadow Minister, Cabinet Office discusses the relationship between citizen and Government in a world of interdependent cyber security.
Speaker: Sir Mark Walport This lecture will be streamed live here: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/csap-distinguished-lecture
In partnership with the Royal Society of Chemistry, the Centre for Science and Policy is organising a workshop for early career researchers in the chemical sciences, which will take place at the RSC on 8 November.
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