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Robert Hoyle discusses what medical isotopes are, the vulnerability of the supply chain, and the need for the UK to secure a sustainable supply.Read More
How do government, industry and academia come together? Caroline Pritchard reflects on her year in the Foundation Future Leaders Programme.Read More
Nuclear energy has the potential to help the UK achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Dame Sue Ion discusses the huge benefits of nuclear co-generation in achieving net- zero.Read More
Fay Bound Alberti discusses the importance of collaboration between government, academia and industry, reflecting on the first Foundation Future Leaders Conference.Read More
To fully embrace the opportunity of digital teaching and learning, it will require bold and creative thinking that looks to the future. In this blog, Lara Bird discusses the future of digital teaching and learning post- Covid-19.Read More
What would an online teaching pedagogy look like? Alana Cullen discusses the establishment of a new online teaching framework, and the benefits it could bring to higher education institutions.Read More
How is the world adjusting and preparing for the digital revolution? Sundeep Bhandari and Andrew Smith discuss the importance of rigorously testing data, and NPL's role in supporting the digital transformation.Read More
Nick Bridge from the Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office gives an insight into the climate diplomacy behind COP26, against the backdrop of the Covid crisis.Read More
How can we build and promote skills resilience in a changing world? Robert Hall discusses the importance of skills resilience in light of Covid-19.Read More
Peter Halligan explores the economic place disparity in the UK, with a view from Wales, and emphasises the need for a new approach to levelling up.Read More