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Volume 21, Number 10

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Editorial
The Earl of Selborne: Developing an Industrial Strategy for the UK

The creation of UK Research and Innovation
Sir John Kingman: A champion for research and innovation
Dame Julia Goodfellow: Science is at the heart of our economy
Phil Smith: UKRI’s potential – a business perspective

The implications of Brexit for UK research
Sir Venki Ramakrishnan: Planning for our future prosperity
Professor Louise Richardson: Threats and opportunities fop UK research
Lord Willetts: Building the future of science and innovation

Improving national resilience to flooding
Dame Julia Slingo: Lessons learned from recent flood events in the UK
Dr Doug Wilson: Dealing with extremes
Simon Warsop: Looking fop a long tepm stpategy fop fl ood pesistance

The transition from adolescence to adulthood
Dr Joanne McLean: How effective are universal interventions for young Scots?
Dr Helen Sweeting: Evaluating interventions with vulnerable adolescents
Lord Layard: Improving mental health fop all age groups

The contribution of science to overseas development
Professor Charlotte Watts: Making good use of science and innovation
Jon Ridley: New ways of getting technology to people that need it
Rowan Douglas: Connecting institutions at national and global levels

Data protection regulation
Jonathan Bamford: The shape of things to come

Obituary
The Rt Hon the Lord Jenkin of Roding Hon FRSE


Volume 21, Number 9

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Editorial
The Rt Hon the Lord Willetts: Science after the Brexit vote

Is a paradigm shift occurring in accessinanalysing and protecting data?
Sir Nigel Shadbolt: Unlocking the potential of open data
Dr Mike Lynch: Technological advances in the use of data
Professor David Hand: The case against a paradigm shift
Baroness O’Neill: An alternative approach to data governance

Valuing the financial and insurance sectors of the UK economy
Anne Richards: Financial services are an essential part of our modern society
John Nelson: The future of the insurance market
Professor John Kay: Sectors still in need of reform

Bridging the gender gap in research
Professor Paul Boyle
Professor Henrietta O’Connor
Linda Holliday


Volume 21, Number 8

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Editorial
Sir Paul Nurse: In defence of doubt

The pros and cons of EU membership
Lord Hennessy: Collaboration – a better way to nurture science
Viscount Ridley: British science should look outwards to the world
Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell: The benefits of membership to UK science
Sir Emyr Jones Parry: Collaborating to create a better future

Using science to authenticate, verify and assure
Sir Mark Walport: The potential of forensic science for the UK
Dr Derek Craston: Forensic science beyond the courtroom
Dame Sue Black: The power of the Medici Effect
Baroness Neville-Jones: Meeting the challenge of new technology

Building infrastructure for the UK
Tony Meggs: Delivering infrastructure effectively and efficiently
Lord Adonis: Creating the framework for effective infrastructure delivery
Sir Terry Morgan: Infrastructure as the nursery for tomorrow’s skills base


Volume 21, Number 7

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Editorial
Sir John Enderby: An effective forum for debate

Re-engineering the Research Councils
Sir Paul Nurse: Putting research at the heart of Government
Professor Phil Nelson: Making the most of the opportunities
Gareth Davies: Communicating clearly to Government and the community

Bolstering research partnerships
Dame Ann Dowling: Creating the climate to excel at innovation
Sir Peter Gregson: A successful framework for innovation and collaboration
Eric Hawthorn: Helping smaller businesses engage with universities

Closing the UK/US productivity gap
Dr Ruth McKernan: The role of innovation in boosting productivity
Professor Jonathan Haskel: Rebooting productivity policy
Tony Harper: The importance of collaboration

Meeting Scotland’s energy challenge
Phil Boswell: The benefi ts of renewable energy
Iain Conn: Scotland’s position in the energy market
Gary Haywood: A role for shale gas
Professor Rebecca Lunn: Balancing our energy portfolio

Th e future of the Arctic
Lord Teverson: Responding to a changing Arctic
Jane Rumble: Increasing our engagement
Dame Julia Slingo: Charting the changes in the Arctic ecosystem


Volume 21, Number 6

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Editorial
Lord Jenkin of Roding: Science and technology in asuccessful economy

Ebola
Professor Christopher Whitty: An integrated campaign arounda focussed target
Dr Ripley Ballou: Learning the lessons oftheEbola outbreak
Dr Oliver Johnson: A view from the frontline

Science and values
Sir Mark Walport: Bridging the gap between scientific and value judgements
Professor Angela McLean: Policies can change as evidenceevolves
John Pullinger: Creating trust in the statistics that underpin decision-making

Haldane in the 21st century
Lord Hennessy: The Haldane Principle – anhistorical perspective
Lord Rees: Adapting Haldane for the21stcentury
David Willetts: Balancing good science with goodgovernment

Environment
Professor Duncan Wingham: The challenge of environmental research
Professor Simon Pollard: The business of the environment
Lord Oxburgh: Balancing resource extraction and environmental protection

Renewable energy
Sir David King: An Apollo programme for renewable cost reduction
Dr Bernie Bulkin: Making the most of opportunities
Ed Heartney: New technologies for a low-carbon future


 
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