Volume 21 - Issue 10

  • March 2017

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