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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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How can we achieve both food security and net zero? 

While it is true that our food security and our food system are vulnerable to conditions created by climate change, the agricultural industry is also a major contributor ...

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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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The science of mitigating natural disasters

As part of CSaP’s seminar series on government data, science, and evidence, Dr Amy Donovan from the University of Cambridge led a discussion on how science is used ...

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Bioelectronic medicine: developing neurotechnology and wearable electronics to improve human health

Researchers from the University of Cambridge's Bioelectronics Laboratory guided CSaP's Policy Leaders Fellows on a tour of their cutting-edge facilities, demonstrating how recent advances at the interface of ...

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Meet the Fellow: Richard Banks, Policy Profession

Public servant Richard Banks says he hopes to gain “connections and understanding” from researchers and experts in public and private roles, during his first visit to Cambridge as ...

CSaP in numbers

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.