Science and Policy Podcast

Hosted by Rob Doubleday

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CSaP's Science and Policy podcast invites academic and policy experts to share their insights into some of the major challenges society faces today.

Our first series - Science, Policy and Pandemics - was produced in partnership with Cambridge Infectious Diseases and the Cambridge Immunology Network.

To listen to episodes in this series, please click here.

Our second series - The Science, Policy, & Politics of a Green Recovery - was produced in partnership with Cambridge Zero.

In this series, we explore the science and policy elements of getting a green recovery with topics ranging from civic action and climate protests, to the big geopolitical, infrastructure, and economic challenges our society faces as we seek to build back better, promote wellbeing, and protect our environment.

To listen to episodes in this series, please click here.

Our third podcast series - Science, Policy, and Genetic Technologies - explored the policy and governance questions being raised by new genetic technologies.

Throughout the series, we explored the science and policy questions, opportunities and challenges posed by advances in genetic technologies. Dr Rob Doubleday interviewed guests from areas including crop sciences, policy, agriculture, bioethics, geography, and the history of science.

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Our fourth podcast series - Science & Policy for Deep Oceans, Space, and Antarctica - explored some of the opportunities and challenges facing scientists and policymakers working on issues related to Antarctica, the ocean depths, and near space.

Recent advances in technologies have allowed humanity to explore and interact with these areas like never before. Over the course of six episodes, we explored topics ranging from resource exploitation and technology for extreme environments, to geopolitics and conservation.

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Our fifth podcast series - Science advice & Government - is focusing on how science advice, data and evidence are used by decision makers in government. The series is being produced in partnership with the research project Expertise Under Pressure, Centre for the Humanities and Social Change, University of Cambridge.
To listen to episodes so far in this series, please click here.