Evidence, uncertainty and trust

Uncertainty, evidence, public trust

What is online manipulation and how do we regulate it?

CSaP worked with the Department for Digital, Media, Culture, and Sport to organise a Workshop to explore how to regulate social media and to act against online manipulation. ...

Uncertainty, evidence, public trust

How can we measure performance effectively in UK life sciences?

A Policy Workshop held in collaboration with the Medicines Discovery Catapult to explore what approaches might be most suitable for developing and measuring the performance of UK life ...

Uncertainty, evidence, public trust

Handling international political risk in a time of uncertainty

Last month Policy Fellows met at the Cabinet Office for a discussion on how to deal with political risk, led by CSaP Policy Fellows at the Bank of ...

Uncertainty, evidence, public trust

Covid modelling

How have scientists contributed to UK government decision-making during the COVID-19 pandemic? In CSaP's Science and Policy Podcast, Dr Rob Doubleday was joined by Julia Gog, Professor of ...

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Uncertainty, evidence, public trust

What drives social cohesion and what interventions can be used to improve it?

Professor Sarah Curtis discussed place and social cohesion at the first in a series of workshops on cohesive societies hosted by CSaP and the British Academy.