The landscape of policy making in the UK and how academics can engage with it.
Government can improve the way it uses academic evidence and expertise in forming policy.
How universities, research councils and funding councils can better support policy engagement
Sir Patrick looked back at this time as Government Chief Scientific Adviser and ahead to some of the science-related challenges facing government.
David Halpern reflected on the successes, failures and future prospects for doing ‘what works’ and how it should inform government practice.
Arts and humanities research in the Covid-19 pandemic: how priorities have shifted to help make a difference
This event brought together a panel of researchers from across the arts and humanities to discuss the ways in which Covid-19 has changed their work.
How should science advice be combined with other kinds of evidence and presented to ministers?