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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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Treading water in the Taiwan Strait: China-Taiwan relations

Professor William Hurst, Chong Hua Professor of Chinese Development at the Department of Politics and International Studies and Deputy Director for the Centre for Geopolitics, University of Cambridge, ...

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Restraint and Opportunity – technology and behaviour change for climate mitigation

After a morning of individually tailored meetings with Cambridge academics, senior members of CSaP’s network convened for a talk by Julian Allwood, Professor of Engineering and the Environment ...

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Bridging the gap between policy makers and researchers

The Centre for Science and Policy held its Annual Reception on 6 December 2022 at the Royal Academy of Engineering to thank policy professionals and researchers who have ...

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Innovating our way to Clean Tech - Insights from Dowling Policy Fellowship meeting

The third meeting of CSaP’s Dowling Policy Fellowship took place on 27 January 2023 at Sidney Sussex College. The meeting was designed to stimulate discussion around the subject ...


Women at Cambridge making history 👭💪🎩 For the first time in our history, we had an all-female Constable-in-Office……

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Our Policy Fellow Dr Rebecca Jones took part in @CorpPembroke blog series and talked about how her CSaP Policy Fell……

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Practical climate politics for the 2020s-prospects for the UK

Lord Deben (John Gummer), Chairman of the UK's Climate Change Committee and Professor Emily Shuckburgh, Director, Cambridge Zero, University of Cambridge, kicked off the first seminar of the ...

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CSaP has a unique network of over 500 Policy Fellows and 1800 experts contributing to more dynamic and diverse scientific input to the most pressing public policy challenges.