Volume 21 - Issue 3

  • May 2014

Editorial

Sir John Enderby: Misconduct in scientific research

Communicating risk

Sir Mark Walport: Communicating risk and uncertainty in science
Tom Bolt: The commercial management of risk
Judith Hackitt: Whose risk is it anyway?

Stimulating growth

Professor Colin Riordan: The contribution of Higher Education to the regional economy
Sir Leszek Borysiewicz: The key to economic success
Sir Terry Matthews: The vital importance of focussing on the customer

Learned societies – Raising the bar

Professor Jeremy Watson, Patrick Kniveton, Professor Tim Broyd, Professor John Uff

Digital participation

Professor Alan Alexander: How can the benefits of digital access be made available to everyone?
Lorraine McMillan: A role for local government in delivering the digital agenda
Dr Alan Blackwell: Representation and identity in a digital world

Decarbonisation

Dr James Smith: Counting the cost of decarbonisation
Dr David Clarke: Creating an affordable energy system for the UK
Baroness Verma: Delivering a low carbon future

Research and technology

Sir John O’Reilly: Maximising UK strengths in research, innovation and Higher Education
Ben Ritchie: The criteria for measuring value
Professor Geoff Rodgers: How Higher Education can deliver value to UK business