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What is the future for academic publishing? Benjamin Lichman discusses Plan S to establish full Open Access as the new norm in publishing.Read More
UK government have increased its commitment to R&D expenditure over the coming decade. Alana Cullen discusses how the new R&D roadmap intends to make the UK more resilient, greener, and fairer post- Covid-19.Read More
Key aspects of the classroom teaching experience are lost when learning is transferred online. Stephen Webster explores what the transition to online teaching meant for his Science Communication students.Read More
How has Covid-19 impacted Masters students? Alana Cullen explores the ways in which postgraduate students have been supported by universities during the pandemic, and the effect Covid-19 will have on next years students.Read More
What policy changes do we need to make now to support and deliver an innovation lead economic recovery? Jon Elliott discusses how to make the UK a key centre for research and development.Read More
What action can we take as individuals to help reduce the impact of climate change? Ellen Taylor explores the factors that impact environmental concern, and how policy-makers could help overcome them.Read More
What do the previous generation owe to the next? Patrick McHugh discusses how the baby boomers can act now to support future generations.Read More
How can businesses adapt to survive after months of lockdown? JT Jassen writes about how businesses can effectively digitally transform, and how the National Physical Laboratory can help support this transformation.Read More
Covid-19 is highlighting the structural changes society needs for a new, greener economy. Alana Cullen discusses how to achieve a sustainable future, we have to maintain some the changes made under lockdown.Read More
Charities have had to adapt quickly during COVID-19, but they continue to provide invaluable opportunities. Katie Perry writes about the role of the Daphne Jackson Trust in helping people return to STEM careers after a career break.Read More