CSaP Annual Conference and Reception 2022

3 November 2022, 10am


CSaP Annual Conference and Reception

The Royal Society, London
3 November 2022, 10am-6pm followed by drinks and networking

Our annual conference brings together policy professionals, academic experts and business leaders to network and discuss how science and research can address the grand challenges of our time.

We have an exciting line-up of speakers who will discuss topics such as:
  • Economic growth and productivity
  • Innovation and societal challenges
  • Lessons learnt from the Covid-19 panedemic
  • Defence & security
  • Public health behaviours
  • Climate & resilience
Confirmed speakers so far include:


Panel discussions with:
Download the provisional programme here
How to register

The cost of registration includes access to all sessions at the conference, lunch and refreshments, and the post conference drinks reception.

  • Students and postdocs - £45
  • CSaP Policy Fellows - £110
  • Government, academia, learned societies and voluntary sector - £145
  • Industry - £295
To register your place, please visit the University online store.
For further information, please email the CSaP events team at annualconference2022@csap.cam.ac.uk.
Vanna Aldin

Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

Stephen Aldridge

Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC)

Professor David Cebon

Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge

Professor Diane Coyle

Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS), University of Cambridge

Halima Khan

Bennett Institute, Cambridge

Professor Dame Theresa Marteau

Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge

Dr Molly Morgan Jones

British Academy

Dr Magda Osman

Centre for Science and Policy, University of Cambridge

Dr Eoin O'Sullivan

Centre for Science, Technology & Innovation Policy (CSTI)

Professor Sharon Peacock

Department of Medicine, University of Cambridge

Dr David Reiner

Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS)

Professor Emily So

Department of Architecture, University of Cambridge