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Filter: Year 2021
One year on from the UK’s first COVID-19 lockdown, the world still looks very different. Angel Yiangou, Policy Manager at the Academy of Medical Sciences, tells us more about the Academy’s work exploring the impact of COVID-19 on people’s mental health and wellbeing.Read More
How has the coronavirus pandemic enabled networking? Dr Penny Owen and Andy Morris discuss the increased outreach and engagement at NPL thanks to online events.Read More
In this blog post, Steven Bright and Dr Katherine Young discuss young people's mental health during the pandemic, and what we can hope to learn moving forward.Read More
What would a UK hydrogen strategy look like? Nilay Shah discusses hydrogen and its role in the low carbon economy.Read More
Robert Field and Albert Weale discuss water reuse, and the application of membrane technologies in the UK.Read More
What are the limitations of hydrogen technologies? In this blog post Colin Matthews discusses some of the hurdles we must first overcome before hydrogen can be considered a sustainable, alternative fuel source.Read More
What would success look like for the Turing scheme? Alana Cullen takes a look at the potential of the Turing scheme compared with the Erasmus+ programme.Read More
What could a UK ARPA look like? Adam Clarke explores the potential role for a UK ARPA, and what the next steps in creating one could be.Read More
How should research impact be measured? Victor Newman explores the current Research Excellence Framework, and proposes policy changes for a fairer system.Read More
In the first blog post of the new year, Gavin Costigan, Chief Executive of the Foundation for Science and Technology reflects on the past year, and looks forward to what the Foundation has in store for 2021.Read More