1 December 2020
In the seventh episode of CSaP's Science and Policy Podcast, CSaP Executive Director Dr Rob Doubleday sat down with the University of Cambridge's chemist Professor Clare Grey and cosmologist Professor Lord Martin Rees to discuss how we can support and foster scientific innovation, and the example of energy storage as a space where innovation is needed and progress is underway.
17 March 2020
Professor Rob Miller, Director of the Whittle Laboratory, speaks about his experience accelerating technology development through changes to workplace culture and shifts in approaches to production and manufacturing.
23 July 2019
At the CSaP annual conference on 26 June, a panel of experts from York University, BEIS and the Defence Science & Technology Laboratory (Dstl) gave some thought-provoking insights on the opportunities and challenges of quantum technologies in the UK.
28 June 2019
How is cybercrime affecting our world and what can be done to counter it?
15 April 2019
CSaP brought together care sector experts, senior policy makers, practitioners, and researchers to discuss what the care sector, NHS and government should do to speed up the development, evaluation and uptake of effective technologies for social care.
14 March 2019
This roundtable discussion focussed on what future threats and challenges quantum technologies pose to the UK.
12 December 2018
Professor K. VijayRaghavan, Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India, speaks on science, the fulcrum for social and economic change in India
12 December 2018
How can advances in digital technologies help address challenges and opportunities in an increasingly digitally-reliant world?
28 June 2018
This session highlighted the potential opportunities provided by data science and AI, and how these might influence or aid future policymaking.
15 June 2018
CSaP’s Continuing Policy Fellows came together last month to discuss broad challenges in developing evidence informed policy, as well as the potential use of advances in data science and digital technologies for public policy.