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Horn Fellowship: AI, supply networks and geopolitics

Members of CSaP's Horn Fellowship gathered together at Sidney Sussex College for a day of talks with University of Cambridge academics on AI, supply chain networks and current ...

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Dowling Policy Fellowship launch

The first meeting of the CSaP Dowling Policy Fellowship brought together the inaugural Fellows for a discussion on UK innovation with Dame Anne Dowling - Emeritus Professor of ...

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Equitable collaborations

This year, CSaP partnered with the Wellcome Sanger Institute for a series of workshops on equity in international research collaborations––a fair distribution of responsibilities, benefits, and kudos between ...

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CAPE fellow to work with Cambridgeshire County Council to reduce health inequalities

The Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP) is pleased to announce a new CAPE Fellowship at the University of Cambridge with the Capabilities in Academic Policy Engagement (CAPE) ...

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A nuanced look at public opinions on diversity

The Centre for Science and Policy resumed its series of in-person seminars in collaboration with the British Academy with a discussion of The Woolf Institute’s report: “How We ...

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CSaP has a unique network of over 450 Policy Fellows and 1750 experts contributing to more dynamic and diverse scientific input to the most pressing public policy challenges.