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CSaP creates opportunities for public policy professionals and academics to learn from each other through our Policy Fellowships, workshops and professional development activities.

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Levelling up: The role of education

As part of the ‘Levelling up’ seminar series, organised in partnership with the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, Marco Felici (Research Assistant for the Many Dimensions of Well-being ...

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Drug Discovery in Pandemics

The Centre for Science and Policy at the University of Cambridge convened a workshop with the aim of exploring key lessons and themes which have emerged in the ...

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Levelling up: Overarching themes

In the last event of the Levelling up seminar series, Professor Michael Kenny (Director, Bennett Institute), Tom Kelsey (Research Assistant, Bennett Institute) and Owen Garling (Knowledge Transfer Facilitator, ...

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New Chair of CSaP's Advisory Council

Bridget Kendall - Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge - has been appointed the new Chair of CSaP's Advisory Council. The Advisory Council meets twice a year to advise on ...

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Future Directions for Citizen Science and Public Policy

How can citizens' knowledge contribute to science and government?

A collection of new essays by policy makers, scientists, practitioners and scholars with a foreword by Sir Patrick Vallance, Government GCSA.

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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.