In the FST podcast, weekly one to one interviews allow a more in depth discussion of both topics being explored in Foundation events, and one-off discussions with senior figures across science, research, technology and innovation. It's available here, and can also be accessed on the main podcast hosting platforms.
We would welcome ideas for potential podcast topics or interviewees - please contact Gavin Costigan (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In this podcast we discuss artificial intelligence (AI), the Government’s AI Strategy, and how AI technologies are being deployed in the UK at the moment with Dr. Kate Devlin, Reader in Social and Cultural Artificial Intelligence at King’s College London.
In this podcast we discuss Science and Technology policy issues in 2022, including: political uncertainty, association with Horizon Europe, Levelling Up, current reviews into the science and research system, and the effects of the pandemic on research, with Professor Sarah Main, Executive Director of Campaign for Science and Engineering.
In this podcast we will be discussing the way technology feeds into economy, the role of the government in innovation processes, “blue skies” vs “picking winners”, the importance of regulation, and priorities for government policy on innovation in technology.
In this podcast we will be discussing the mining industry in the UK, and in particular new technology and skills, with Kevin Sabin, Group Managing Director at TSA Ltd and Vice-President of ABMEC, the Association of British Mining Equipment Companies.
This podcast discusses space and the Government’s recently published UK Space Strategy. Other topics discussed include: the work of UK Space Agency, promotion of the UK space industry, international collaboration and the European Space Agency, reduction of the environmental impact of space activities. With us to discuss that is Dr Paul Bate, Chief Executive of the UK Space Agency.
This is the second of two podcasts where we are looking at the outcomes of the COP26 Climate Summit held in Glasgow, and asking what does this mean now for policy and action in the UK. With us to discuss that is Professor Sir Charles Godfray, Director of the Oxford Martin School at the University of Oxford.
This is the first of two podcasts where we are looking at the outcomes of the COP26 Climate Summit held in Glasgow, and asking what does this mean now for policy and action in the UK. With me to discuss that is Baroness Young of Old Scone, Barbara Young, a member of the House of Lords Environment and Climate Change Select Committee and with a long career working in environmental organisations.
Science Advice in the UK was the title of a major new report published last month by the Foundation for Science and Technology and Transforming Evidence. In this podcast we discuss that report and what it tells us about the state of science advice in the UK at the moment with the authors of that report Anna Numa Hopkins, Senior Researcher at Transforming Evidence, Sarah Foxen, Knowledge Exchange Lead at the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology in the UK Parliament and Dr Kathryn Oliver, Associate Professor of Sociology and Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Anna Hopkins, Dr Sarah Foxen & Dr Kathryn Oliver - Science Advice in the UK By Foundation for Science and Technology is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
Amar Bhardwaj a member of the US-UK COP26 Youth Working Group who attended the conference in Glasgow, discussing the outcomes of the conference and progress so far, as well as recommendations from the youth working group in 4 areas: energy transition; global security; youth mental health; lands and ecosystems.