15 February 2024
Academic and policy stakeholders gathered to discuss the deep links between loss of nature and climate change in policy making and public engagement.
1 February 2024
The Dowling Policy Fellowship met with Cambridge academics, policy makers, and entrepreneurs to discuss the opportunities and challenges associated with quantum technologies and to situate its emergence within a UK context.
29 January 2024
Sir Patrick Vallance provided insights from his experience as the Chief Scientific Adviser to the Government to discuss the role of scientific advice in government and the role of policy for tackling the interlinked issues of climate change and biodiversity loss.
9 January 2024
We look forward to welcoming our newly elected Fellows to Cambridge in the Lent Term 2024.
4 January 2024
The Cambridge Zero Policy Forum met Dr Mark Roberts, Chief Executive of Environmental Standards Scotland (ESS), to discuss environmental governance in Scotland post-Brexit; and current and future work on climate change and some of the differences between Scotland and the rest of the UK.
11 December 2023
Members of CSaP’s Horn Fellowship met in Cambridge last month to discuss topics including psychology, psychiatry, and the economics of early-child interventions; the latest in technological developments to assist in meeting the UK’s Net Zero goal; and the history of the Black Sea.
5 December 2023
A discussion on the digitisation of services brought together a group of experts from Cambridge University to highlight some of the successes and failures in the implementation of digital transformation for public services.
30 November 2023
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has come to dominate discussions on potential developments in science and in policy. The CSaP Dowling Policy Fellowship met in Cambridge for a day of talks and discussion about the uses, abuses, and unknowns associated with AI.
12 November 2023
A roundtable discussion with Professor Melissa Leach, Director of the Institute of Development Studies, brought together scholars from the University of Cambridge, the Mastercard Foundation and CSaP Policy Fellows to discuss the UK’s approach to international research collaboration, with a focus on promoting resilience and sustainability.
11 November 2023
The Capabilities in Academic Policy Engagement (CAPE) project has been exploring ways to strengthen engagement between universities and public policy.