Volume 21 - Issue 6

  • July 2015

Editorial

Lord Jenkin of Roding: Science and technology in a successful economy

Ebola

Professor Christopher Whitty: An integrated campaign around a focussed target
Dr Ripley Ballou: Learning the lessons of the Ebola 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 – an historical perspective
Lord Rees: Adapting Haldane for the 21st century
David Willetts: Balancing good science with good government

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