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2015/3 INNOVATION HUBS by Professor Sa’ad Medhat
2015/3 INCENTIVE PRIZES AND THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY by Paul Ridout
2015/3 ECOLOGY MATTERS by Ben Connor
2015/3 150 YEARS OF THE STATE VETERINARY SERVICE by Dr Alison Wilson
2015/3 FOOD AND THE FUTURE by Veronica Vaccari
2015/3 THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM INSTITUTE FOR AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY by Professor Hervé Morvan
2015/3 THE FUTURE OF ROAD TRANSPORT by Lord Borwick, Rob Wallis and Steve Yianni
2015/3 THE BIG DATA OPPORTUNITY by Hetan Shah
2015/3 BIG DATA IN NEUROSCIENCE by Professor Mark Stokes and Nicholas Myers
2015/3 THE COLD TIME BOMB by Professor Martin Freer and Professor Toby Peters
2015/3 SCIENCE AND THE NEW PARLIAMENT Parliamentary Links Day 2015
2015/3 GALLIUM NITRIDE FOR SAVING LIVES, ENERGY, CARBON EMISSIONS AND MONEY! by Professor Sir Colin Humphreys
2015/3 NANOTECHNOLOGY by Professor Andrew Fisher, Professor Milo Shaffer and Professor Alex Orlov
2015/3 COMBATING ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE by Dr Lindsay R Chura, Elizabeth Hogben and Stefania Di Mauro-Nava
2015/3 HoC SELECT COMMITTEES, HoL S&T SELECT COMMITTEE, POST and HoC LIBRARY
2015/2 WHY SCIENCE IS IN THE DIPLOMATIC TOOL KIT by Professor Robin Grimes and Dr Emma Hennessey
2015/2 VOICE OF THE FUTURE 2015
2015/2 THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM ENTERPRISE ZONE by Professor Chris Rudd
2015/2 THE WORLD NEEDS SCIENCE AND SCIENCE NEEDS WOMEN by Professor Dame Carol Robinson
2015/2 THE FUTURE OF LIFE SCIENCES IN THE UK by Doris-Ann Williams and Dr Malcolm Skingle
2015/2 THE ACOUSTIC DESIGN OF SCHOOLS by Professor Bridget Shield
2015/2 SUPPORTING TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION IN BRITISH INDUSTRY by Nigel Williams
2015/2 SET FOR BRITAIN 2015
2015/2 POST, HoC and HoL SELECT COMMITTEES and HoC LIBRARY
2015/2 NATIONAL SPACE CENTRE by Chas Bishop
2015/2 LIGHT by Dr Rob Massey, Susie Wheeldon, Liz Benson and John Allen
2015/2 KEW LAUNCHES NEW SCIENCE STRATEGY by Professor Katherine Willis
2015/2 THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF LIGHT SHEDS LIGHT ON THE ‘DARK AGES’ by Dr Anne-Maria Brennan
2015/2 ELI IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC by Otakar Fojt
2015/2 DEVELOPING LOW-FIELD NMR SPECTROSCOPY FOR TACKLING FOOD FRAUD bybDr Kate Kemsley and Dr David Williamson
2015/2 DEVELOPING A CIRCULAR ECONOMY by Jacob Hayler
2015/2 DEMENTIA HAS NO BORDERS
2015/2 CELEBRATING 150 YEARS OF MATHEMATICS
2015/2 A SCIENCE LEGACY FOR THE NEXT PARLIAMENT by Baroness Finlay and Andrew Miller MP
2015/1 SELECT COMMITTEES, HOC LIBRARY & POST
2015/1 UK INFRASTRUCTURE by Nigel Baveystock
2015/1 UK & BRAZIL by Dr Julia Knights
2015/1 ROYAL SOCIETY PAIRING SCHEME by Professor Ruth Aylett and Ian Murray MP
2015/1 PUTTING UK PHARMACOLOGY ON THE MAP by Katharine Richardson
2015/1 POWERING HUMAN PROGRESS by Ian Marchant
2015/1 P&SC ANNUAL LUNCH
2015/1 MEDICAL PHYSICISTS AND BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERS by Anna Barnes and Elspeth Bartlett
2015/1 INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF SOIL 2015
2015/1 HOOKING UP HULL by Mac Andrade
2015/1 FRANCE BANS USAGE OF PESTICIDES by Dr Claire Mouchot
2015/1 ENERGY STORAGE by Dr Jonathan Radcliffe & Professor Toby Peters
2015/1 EBOLA VIRUS – AN UPDATE
2015/1 DEMENTIA by Prof Alistair Burns, Dr Simon Ridley & Prof Martin Knapp
2015/1 75TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
2014/4 WORLD-CLASS SMART MATERIAL by Daniel Keating
2014/4 TRUSTED TIME by Leon Lobo
2014/4 THE RISE OF SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING by Professor Robin Grimes
2014/4 SELECT COMMITTEES, HoC LIBRARY and POST
2014/4 SCIENCE DIARY
2014/4 RECOGNISING INSPIRATIONAL SCIENTISTS & ENGINEERS
2014/4 RADIOTHERAPY – STATE OF THE NATION by Stewart and Beavis
2014/4 PARLIAMENTARY LINKS DAY
2014/4 LONGITUDE PRIZE 2014
2014/4 INTELLIGENT MOBILITY ACROSS THE UK’S TRANSPORT SYSTEM by Professor Sarah Sharples
2014/4 GEOLOGICAL DISPOSAL OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE by Professor Bruce Yardley
2014/4 EPSRC PHOTO COMPETITION
2014/4 DID WE REALISE OUR POTENTIAL by Lane, Shadbolt and Woolfson
2014/4 BUILDING A STAR ON EARTH by A E Turrell
2014/4 BRITAIN’S INNOVATION SECTOR THRIVED IN THE RECESSION by Professor Richard Brook
2014/4 ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE by Guise & Piddock
2014/4 A LEVELS – ARE THEY FIT FOR PURPOSE by Meadows, Haines and Main
2014/3 50 YEARS OF MATHEMATICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS by Rebecca Waters
2014/3 THE SCIENCE OF MAKING COLOUR
2014/3 L’ORÉAL-UNESCO 2014 FOR WOMEN IN SCIENCE FELLOWSHIPS by Katriona Methven
2014/3 50 YEARS OF MATHEMATICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS by Rebecca Waters
2014/3 THE SCIENCE OF MAKING COLOUR
2014/3 L’ORÉAL-UNESCO 2014 FOR WOMEN IN SCIENCE FELLOWSHIPS by Katriona Methven
2014/3 3D PRINTING – A REVOLUTION IN THE MAKING
2014/3 CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF PLANT HEALTH AND AGRI-FOOD SOLUTIONS by Dr Philip Newton
2014/3 FARMING NEEDS SCIENCE by Meurig Raymond
2014/3 PRECISION FARMING AND ANIMAL WELFARE by Professor Marian Stamp Dawkins
2014/3 THE BIG BANG FAIR BREAKS RECORDS IN 2014
2014/3 A TASTE OF THINGS TO COME? by Professor Dame Julia Slingo
2014/3 CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE by Nic Bilham
2014/3 HYDRAULIC FRACTURING Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Richard Davies and Huw Clarke
2014/3 STRENGTHENING LINKS WITH JAPAN ON EDUCATION AND RESEARCH by Beth Hogben
2014/3 PRESIDENTIAL SCIENCE AND INNOVATION POLICIES: WHERE ARE WE NOW? by Bradley Keelor
2014/3 VALUING AND REALISING OUR NATURAL CAPITAL ASSETS – TELLUS by Andy Howard, Mike Young and Marie Cowan
2014/3 WHY EXPLORE THE SOLAR SYSTEM by Tom Gunner and Dr Lewis Dartnell
2014/3 SELECT COMMITTEES, HoC LIBRARY & POST
2014/2 BADGERS Addresses to the P&SC by Adam Quinney, Professor Christl Donnelly and Professor Rosie Woodroffe
2014/2 CARDIFF STRENGTHENS LINKS WITH CHINA by Juliet Davies
2014/2 CELEBRATING A DECADE OF INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIPS WITH CHINA by Chris Rudd
2014/2 CHAMPIONING THE PEOPLE WHO CHAMPION INNOVATION by Sa’ad Medhat
2014/2 DIGITAL DIPLOMACY by Dr John Preece
2014/2 MARINE SCIENCE Addresses by Dr Brian Bett, Professor Manuel Barange, Dr Stef Kapusniak, Dr Paul Bell, Dr Carol Turley & Professor Kevin Horsburgh
2014/2 SELECT COMMITTEES, HoC LIBRARY & POST
2014/2 SET FOR BRITAIN
2014/2 THE FANTASTIC FUTURE OF FOOD by Jon Poole
2014/2 THE LATE SIR DAVID PRICE
2014/2 THE UK SCIENCE AND DISCOVERY CENTRES by Dr Penny Fidler
2014/2 THE WOMEN IN ENGINEERING PROGRAMME by Petra Gratton
2014/2 VALUING NATURAL CAPITAL Addresses to the P&SC by Julian Harlow and Professor Brett Day
2014/2 VOICE OF THE FUTURE 2014
2014/1 THE INDUSTRIAL COMMITTEE FOR CONSTRUCTION by Peter Hansford
2014/1 PUTTING UK PHARMACOLOGY ON THE MAP by Katherine Richardson
2014/1 MATHEMATICS RESEARCH – WHY IS IT IMPORTANT? by Tim Pedley and Nigel Peake
2014/1 SELECT COMMITTEES – HoC – Library – POST
2014/1 ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE DEEP SEA MINING by Vayou, Jones & Brutto
2014/1 IMMIGRATION POLICY FOR SCIENCE by Duffy Haines & Robinson
2014/1 ANNUAL LUNCHEON OF THE PARLIAMENTARY AND SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
2014/1 SMART BUILDING NETWORKS by Taylor & Comer
2014/1 SMART BUILDINGS RESEARCH – FOCUS FOR THE FUTURE by Dr Deborah Pullen
2014/1 ROCKETING SKY HIGH: UK & RUSSIA IN SPACE by Julia Knights
2014/1 BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES by Radda – Singapore RD
2014/1 Award Freer-letter – Jost
2014/1 SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY – Greenaway
2013/4 SCIENCE AND THE ASSEMBLY 2013 Leigh Jeffes
2013/4 PARLIAMENTARY LINKS DAY: SCIENCE AND DIVERSITY
2013/4 THE IMPORTANCE OF BEES Addresses to the P&SC by Tim Lovett, Dr Lynn Dicks and Don Pendergrast
2013/4 RESOLVING THE CRISIS OF ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE Professor Laura Piddock ANTIBIOTICS Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Dame
2013/4 DRIVING ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE Christoph Wiesner and Catherine Condie
2013/4 THE VALUE OF DIAGNOSTICS Doris-Ann Williams
2013/4 BIRAX REGENERATIVE MEDICINE INITIATIVE Matthew Gould MBE
2013/4 UK FOOD ENFORCEMENT WANTS MORE MONEY, BUT DOES IT NEED IT? Professor Declan Naughton, Professor Andrea Petróczi and G Taylor
2013/4 HOW DO WE INSPIRE OUR FUTURE SCIENTISTS? Kirsten Bodley
2013/4 LA MERIDIENNE VERTE Professor Alan Malcolm
2013/4 ITALY: THE SEA, THE SUN, THE SAINTS AND THESCIENTISTS Laura Nuccilli and Alessandra Ferraris
2013/4 INNOVATION IS GREAT BETWEEN THE UK AND INDIA Tom Wells
2013/4 SKILLS Address to the P&SC by Diana Garnham
2013/4 ASPA 1986 Ida Barlow
2013/4 LEADING THE WAY: DIVERSITY AT THE ROYAL SOCIETY Professor Dame Julia Higgins
2013/3 WATER PURITY Addresses to the P&SC by Clive Harward, Kevin Prior and Professor Helen Jarvie, Dr Dan Osborn, Professor Rachel Chalmers
2013/3 SKILLS Address to the P&SC by Dr Julian Braybrook
2013/3 EQUIPPING THE YOUNG FOR LIFE IN WORK Ian Morris
2013/3 UK SCIENCE AND INNOVATION NETWORK IN USA
2013/3 AN OASIS IN THE DESERT Dominic McAllister
2013/3 SPEED National Science and Engineering Week Seminar Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Michael de Podesta, Dr Andrew Spence and Professor Alistair Fitt
2013/3 SUPPORTING EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION Dr Mark Jones
2013/3 100 YEARS OF THE BRITISH ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY Julie Hodgkinson
2013/3 HOW MUCH FOOD TESTING DO WE NEED? Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Duncan Campbell, Elizabeth Moran and Dr Patrick Miller
2013/3 ENGINEERING TOMORROW’S WORLD Professor David Delpy
2013/3 DO QUALITY, INNOVATION AND PERFORMANCE COMPETE OR COMPLEMENT? Professor Sa’ad Medhat and Dr Sarah Peers
2013/3 PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY SHOW THEIR WORTH Dr Beth Taylor
2013/3 UNDERGROUND COAL GASIFICATION Dr Michael B Green
2013/3 WIND FARM NOISE ASSESSMENTS David Unwin and Richard Cox
2013/2 FRENCH RESEARCH AND HIGHER EDUCATION REFORM Matthew Houlihan
2013/2 SIN; OVERSEAS CHAMPIONS OF UK SCIENCE AND INNOVATION Sam Myers
2013/2 THE COMMERCIALISATION OF RESEARCH Addresses to the P&SC by Steven Tait, Dr Bina Rawal and Professor Stephen Caddick
2013/2 MRC MILLENNIUM MEDAL
2013/2 THE BIG BANG FAIR
2013/2 VOICE OF THE FUTURE
2013/2 SET FOR BRITAIN
2013/2 INTERNET AND WEB PIONEERS WIN THE INAUGURAL QUEEN ELIZABETH PRIZE FOR ENGINEERING
2013/2 EXTREME SPACE WEATHER Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Paul Cannon FREng, David Wade and Chris Train
2013/2 CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE POLAR REGIONS Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Emily Shuckburgh, Professor Peter Wadhams and Dr Sheldon Bacon
2013/2 TALKING TECHNOLOGY Dr Matthew Aylett
2013/2 ROYAL SOCIETY YEAR OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY Dr Simon Campbell CBE FRS
2013/2 THE NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION CONSORTIUM Dr John Roberts
2013/2 ADVANCING WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS
2013/2 ANALYTICAL MEASUREMENT AND REGULATION Nick Boley
2013/2 RESISTANCE FIGHTERS Dr Mark Downs
2013/2 THE ROYAL INSTITUTION 1799-??? Alan Malcolm
2013/1 METHANE: THE UNNATURAL GAS Dr Grant Allen
2013/1 SUPPORTING GOOD PRACTICE IN UNIVERSITY MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENTS Sean McWhinnie
2013/1 ENERGY – HOW TO USE LESS Addresses to the P&SC by Gill Kelleher, Ashley Pocock and Professor Roger Kemp
2013/1 PARLIAMENTARY AND SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE ANNUAL LUNCHEON Address to the P&SC by Professor John Womersley
2013/1 ASH TREES – EFFECT OF CHALARA FRAXINEA Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Peter Freer-Smith, Martin Ward and Dr Monique Simmonds
2013/1 WHAT NEXT FOR BIOSCIENCE BUSINESS INCUBATORS? Dr Glenn Crocker
2013/1 ENERGY – THE NEXT GENERATION Addresses to the P&SC by Frans van den Heuvel, Francis Egan and Dr Gordon Edge
2013/1 HELIUM Dr Mark Stokes
2013/1 THE ENERGY BILL Robert Freer
2013/1 MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES RESEARCH Professor David Delpy and Professor Frank Kelly
2013/1 INVESTOR IN INNOVATIONS – Dr Alison Todman and Professor Sa’ad Medhat
2013/1 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING MATTERS Andrew Furlong
2013/1 FRONT OF PACK LABELLING Professor Judy Buttriss
2013/1 ROYAL SOCIETY PAIRING SCHEME Gisela Stuart MP and Dr Joanna Parish
2012/4 SCIENCE AND THE DEVOLVED BODIES
2012/4 INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION Dr Ellie Dommett
2012/4 NORTHERN LIGHTS Hazel Gibson
2012/4 AN UNSCIENTIFIC CAMPAIGN Bradley Keelor
2012/4 THE QUEEN’S DIAMOND JUBILEE: A CELEBRATION OF SCIENCE Ken Brown, Brian Cox, Paul Glendinning, Natasha McCarthy, Nancy Rothwell, Christopher White, Lesley Yellowlees
2012/4 OBITUARY: The Rt Hon Lord Morris of Manchester
2012/4 HIV/AIDS AND TUBERCULOSIS IN THE GOLD MINING INDUSTRY IN SOUTH AFRICA Rt Hon Peter Hain MP and Martin Caton MP
2012/4 PLUGGING IN Paul Davies
2012/4 PARLIAMENTARY LINKS DAY 2012
2012/4 ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION: ARE EU REGULATIONS ADEQUATE? Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Judy MacArthur Clark, Dr Maggy Jennings and Dr Stephen Mitchell
2012/4 BIOLOGY WEEK 2012
2012/4 MEETING THE NEED FOR PHYSICS TEACHERS Professor Peter Main
2012/4 HOW WE CAN MEET THE MEASUREMENT CHALLENGES OF THE COMING DECADE Kamal Hossain
2012/4 LARGE HADRON COLLIDER COMES TO PARLIAMENT Professor John Womersley
2012/4 MARS – A HAPPY LANDING Professor John Zarnecki
2012/3 GETTING MORE PEOPLE TO DO PHYSICS Duncan Chamberlain
2012/3 ROCKET SCIENCE: UK AND RUSSIA IN SPACE Dr Julia Knights
2012/3 TURKEY: ONE OF THE LATEST COUNTRIES TO JOIN UK SIN NETWORK Dr Ba ak Candemir
2012/3 HARNESSING THE POWER OF GENOMICS FOR ANIMAL HEALTH Dr Jim Huggett and Dr Jason Sawyer
2012/3 FOOD AND GUT HEALTH Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Glenn Gibson, Dr Linda Thomas and Professor Simon Carding
2012/3 STRENGTHENING THE TECHNICIAN WORKFORCE Robert Neilson
2012/3 VOICE OF THE FUTURE
2012/3 WHY WOULD HS2 BE GOOD FOR BRITAIN? Addresses to the P&SC by Bridget Rosewell, Professor Andrew McNaughton and Sir Richard Leese
2012/3 PROTECTING OLYMPIC RIDERS Rachael Faulkner
2012/3 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN SPORTS NUTRITION Professor Ron Maughan
2012/3 CRITICAL COMMUNICATIONS AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES Rupert Cazalet
2012/3 PVC IS ONE OF MANY MATERIALS PLAYING A PART
2012/3 GEARING UP
2012/3 INNOVATIONS FOR THE OLYMPIC ATHLETES AND SPECTATORS? Brian J McCarthy
2012/3 MAKING A DIFFERENCE WITH MATERIALS Dr Robert Quarshie
2012/3 THE SKILLS DEVELOPED THROUGH SPORTWILL BE A LEGACY Professor David Lavallee
2012/3 SCIENCE AND SPORT Dr Mark Downs
2012/3 HEALTH AND SAFETY ON LONDON 2012 Lawrence Waterman
2012/3 BUILDING SCIENCE INTO LONDON 2012 Sir John Armitt
2012/3 LONDON 2012 Hugh Robertson MP
2012/2 EXAMINING THE STRATEGY FOR UK LIFE SCIENCES
2012/2 SCHMALLENBERG VIRUS – KILLER IN THE WOMB Professor S P Borriello and Professor Trevor Drew
2012/2 GROUND ENGINEERING – WHY IT MATTERS Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Barry Clarke, Rodney Chartres, Professor John Burland, Professor Richard Jardine and Keith Gabriel
2012/2 SCIENCE IN THE CLASSROOM Dr Ellie Dommett
2012/2 THE QUEEN ELIZABETH PRIZE FOR ENGINEERING Anji Hunter
2012/2 SET FOR BRITAIN 2012
2012/2 INSPIRING STUDENTS INTO STEM CAREERS Dr Gordon Mizner
2012/2 A GLIMPSE OF THE FUTURE? Professor T P Young and Dr Jim Parle
2012/2 RECOGNISING THE ROLE OF TECHNICIANS Jon Poole
2012/2 MATHEMATICS MATTERS National Science and Engineering Week Seminar Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Sir Adrian Smith, Professor David Spiegelhalter, Malcolm MacCallum, Dr Deirdre Hollingsworth and Professor Jared Tanner
2012/2 PEER REVIEW – IS IT WORKING? Addresses to the P&SC by Sir Mark Walport, Tracey Brown and Dr Irene Hames
2012/2 STRATEGICALLY IMPORTANT METALS Mark Tyrer and Alan Gibbon
2012/2 THE AGE OF DIAGNOSTICS Doris-Ann Williams MBE
2012/2 HOW MEASUREMENT IS DEVELOPING THE UK’S LOW CARBON ECONOMY Jane Burston
2012/2 SCI-TECH INNOVATION Professor Sa’ad Medhat
2012/2 INTERDEPENDENT AND INCREASINGLY VULNERABLE Professor Julia Slingo
2012/2 THE IMPORTANCE OF EMBRACING A NEW ERA FOR MANUFACTURING Iain Gray
2012/3 UNDERSTANDING SOCIETY: A LIVING LABORATORY OF LIFE IN THE UK Professor Patricia Broadfoot
2012/3 BOOK REVIEW Ian Taylor
2012/3 WHAT IS THE PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF RISK? Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Chris Elliott FREng, David Simmons and John Swanson
2012/3 ARCTIC METHANE EMERGENCY Dr Stephen Henley CEng FGS FIMMM
2012/3 STAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVES ON VALUE-BASED PRICING Eric Low
2012/3 STEM CELLS FOR SAFER MEDICINES: A PREDICTIVE TOXICOLOGY CONSORTIUM Professor Frank Bonner
2012/3 SIN OFFICERS IN SWITZERLAND: WORKING IN A SMALL RESEARCH PEARL Gaby Bloem
2012/3 ANNUAL LUNCHEON OF THE PARLIAMENTARY AND SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
2012/3 STRATIFIED MEDICINES: THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE Louise Leong
2012/3 VALLEY OF DEATH Glyn Edwards
2012/3 ASTRAZENECA BRIXHAM Paul Duckett
2012/3 SOCIETY OF BIOLOGY DEGREE ACCREDITATION PROGRAMME Dr Mark Downs FSB, FLS
2012/3 PUTTING COPD ON THE MAP – COLLABORATING TO FIGHT DISEASE Dr Paul Whittaker and Professor Chris Brightling
2012/3 TRANSPARENCY IN CLINICAL RESEARCH Andy Powrie-Smith
2012/3 WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ANIMAL RESEARCH TODAY Barbara Davies
2012/3 IMPLICATIONS OF THE NEW EU DIRECTIVE REGULATING ANIMAL EXPERIMENTS FOR THE UK Dr Maggy Jennings OBE
2012/3 WHAT IS MEDICAL INNOVATION? Allison Jeynes-Ellis
2012/3 IS SCIENTIFIC FREEDOM THE ELIXIR OF CIVILISATION? Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Donald Braben, Professor James Ladyman, Professor Benjamin Davis and Professor David Delpy
2012/3 WETTER, WARMER, WINDIER …WILL THE UK’S INFRASTRUCTURE COPE? Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Jim Hall, Professor Will Stewart and Professor Brian Collins
2012/3 STANDING UP FOR ORPHANS John Irwin
2012/3 ‘COST-PER-QALY IN THE US AND BRITAIN: DAMNED IF YOU DO AND DAMNED IF YOU DON’T’ Dr Adrian Towse
2012/3 PUTTING DATA AT THE HEART OF OUR HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY Samantha Marshall
2012/3 UNLOCKING PATIENT DATA FOR BETTER CARE AND RESEARCH Sir Mark Walport FRS
2012/3 THE INNOVATION REVIEW AN INDUSTRY RESPONSE Nick Burgin
2012/3 INVESTING IN UK HEALTH AND LIFE SCIENCES David Willetts MP
2011/4 SUSTAINING THE UK’S LEADING RESEARCH CAPABILITY Professor David Delpy
2011/4 RESEARCH COUNCIL CUTS THE PIPELINE FOR MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
2011/4 DOES THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY NEED A NEW PRESCRIPTION? Professor Michael H Depledge
2011/4 WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD FOR PHARMA IN THE UK? Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Allison Jeynes-Ellis, Richard Ascroft and Dr Simon Campbell with Dr David Fox Dr David Fox
2011/4 GLOBAL CHALLENGES – SOLUTIONS FROM SCIENCE Parliamentary Links Day
2011/4 STATUE OF YURI GAGARIN IN LONDON
2011/4 MATHEMATICS TODAY Ken Brown and Paul Glendinning
2011/4 CHERNOBYL 25 YEARS ON, A POLICEMAN’S VIEW John Slater BSc FRSA MIoD
2011/4 NUCLEAR ENERGY – RISKS AND ADVANTAGES Addresses to the P&SC by Malcolm Grimston, Robin Grimes and Dr John Roberts
2011/4 MRS THATCHER’S BRITISH TECHNOLOGY WALL John Baruch
2011/4 THE P&SC WEB SITE Dr Stephen Henley CEng FGS FIMMM
2011/4 A NEW FOCUS FOR RESEARCH IN THE FOREST BASED SECTOR Professor Philip Turner
2011/4 ADVANCING NANO-CERAMICS FROM LABORATORY TO MANUFACTURE Professor Jon Binner
2011/4 VISIT TO LGC’S TEDDINGTON HQ Katherine Passerieu
2011/4 AVOIDING THE PERFECT STORM: MEETING THE NEED FOR NEW ANTIBIOTICS Professor Laura J V Piddock and Mrs Tracey K Guise
2011/4 UNDER THE RADAR: LYME BORRELIOSIS IN THE UK Wendy Fox
2011/4 WHAT IS SECOND TIER PROTECTION? John S S Grant MBE
2011/4 RISKY BUSINESS? David Simmons
2011/4 SOCIAL SCIENCES TAKING THE LONG VIEW Professor Paul Boyle
2011/4 INDUSTRY, INFRASTRUCTURE AND THE ECONOMY Lord Broers ScD FRS FREng
2011/3 STRATEGIC METALS Addresses to the P&SC by Andrew Bloodworth, Dr Hazel Prichard and Tony Hartwell
2011/3 REACH AND THE METALS INDUSTRY David Weight
2011/3 25 YEARS OF TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION Dr Mark Stokes
2011/3 THE GLOBAL EXPERIMENT
2011/3 SCIENCE AND EMERGENCIES IN JAPAN Chris Pook
2011/3 EXTREME TECHNOLOGY EXPLORES THE WORLD’S HOT-SPOTS Professor Nick Wright and Dr Alton Horsfall
2011/3 BEYOND THE CLASSROOM Annette Smith
2011/3 UK SPACE AGENCY CHALLENGES STUDENTS TO TRAIN AS ASTRONAUTS Heather MacRae
2011/3 SPACE – HOW CAN WE USE IT? National Science and Engineering Week Seminar held jointly with BIS; addresses to the P&SC by Rt Hon David Willetts MP, Professor John Zarnecki, Professor Paul Monks, Michael Lawrence, Philip Davies and Dr Bill Simpson
2011/3 INFLUENZA Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Wendy Barclay, Dr Sarah Gilbert and Professor Maria Zambon
2011/3 WHY SUPPORTING AND PROMOTING ENGINEERS IS VITAL FOR THE WORLD’S FUTURE Stephen Tetlow
2011/3 FIXING PHYSICS TEACHING Professor Peter Main
2011/3 THE LEONARDO CENTRE’S INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS Professor Rob Dwyer-Joyce and Professor Alan Matthews
2011/3 SCIENCE AS A PUBLIC ENTERPRISE Professor Geoffrey Boulton OBE FRS
2011/3 RESEARCH IN UNIVERSITIES: INVESTING IN EXCELLENCE David Sweeney
2011/3 COUNCILS ARE UNDERMINING SCIENCE AND THE NATIONAL INTEREST Professor James Ladyman
2011/3 INCREASING THE SIZE OF THE POOL Professor Athene Donald DBE FRS
2011/2 TIME FOR ACTION ON E-WASTE Dr Keith Baker
2011/2 THE MUSICAL BRAIN Dr Elllie Dommett
2011/2 SHALE GAS Professor Mike Stephenson
2011/2 100 YEARS OF NUCLEAR PHYSICS John Roberts
2011/2 CAN THE ECONOMY SURVIVE WITHOUT A NATIONAL MEASUREMENT SYSTEM? Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Brian S Bowsher, Dr Roger Digby and Dr Julian H Braybrook
2011/2 AN EVEN BIGGER BANG IN 2011
2011/2 BOOK REVIEW Power “Politics: Political Encounters in Industry and Engineering” by Francis Tombs revewed by Robert Freer
2011/2 SET FOR BRITAIN 2011
2011/2 PROJECT SUNSHINE Professor Tony Ryan and Professor Peter Horton
2011/2 THE MERSEY GATEWAY BRIDGE Steve Nicholson
2011/2 MEDICAL PHYSICS Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Stephen Keevil, Professor Nick Stone, Dr Carl Rowbottom and Dr Andy Simmons
2011/2 STRATEGICALLY IMPORTANT METALS Tony Hartwell and Louis Brimacombe and SHORTAGE OF RARE EARTHS Professor David Walker
2011/2 WHY IS HOMEOPATHY SO CONTROVERSIAL? Dr Peter Fisher
2011/2 HAS GOVERNMENT FORGOTTEN THE “E” AND “T” OF STEM EDUCATION? Dr Tony Whitehead
2011/2 WELDING IS FUN, EXCITING AND REWARDING! Eur Ing Chris Eady
2011/2 THE INTELLIGENT COLLEGE – STIMULATING THE STEM SKILLS SYSTEM Professor Sa’ad Medhat
2011/2 DEVELOPMENTS IN THE STANDARDISATION OF OCEAN SALINITY Paul Ridout
2011/2 SCIENCE AND CITIZENSHIP The Rt Hon the Lord Jenkin of Roding
2011/2 HOW THE EU CHEMICAL DIRECTIVE CREATED A DARK AGE IN EUROPE Opinion by Anthony Lipmann
2011/3 EVOLUTION OF ANIMAL LIFE
2011/3 HERPES VIRUS’ TACTICAL MANOEUVRE
2011/3 EFFECTIVE PUBLIC DIALOGUE Suzannah Lansdell
2011/3 SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY PUBLIC DIALOGUE Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Brian Johnson, Professor Douglas Kell and Professor David Delpy
2011/3 IS GLOBAL WATER SECURITY ACHIEVABLE? Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Roger Falconer and Michael Norton
2011/3 COLD WINTER IMPACT ON WILDLIFE Dr Andy Clements
2011/3 DEMAND FOR HUMAN BODILY MATERIAL Catherine Joynson
2011/3 AUTISM: A DIFFERENCE OR A DISORDER? Dr Ellie Dommett
2011/3 MARINE RENEWABLE ENERGY Dr Ralph Rayner
2011/3 SOLAR ENERGY AND FUEL CELLS
2011/3 BUILDING BRIDGES Dr Michael W Elves
2011/3 TESTING TIMES – NEW IDEAS Dr Steve Thompson
2011/3 THE CODE FOR SUSTAINABLE HOMES Karen Smith
2011/3 HOW ENGINEERING PROVIDES BETTER HEALTHCARE Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Molly Stevens, Professor Lionel Tarassenko and Professor John Fisher
2011/3 ANNUAL LUNCHEON OF THE PARLIAMENTARY AND SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE Guest of Honour Rt Hon David Willetts MP
2011/3 IN VITRO DIAGNOSTICS IN THE NHS Doris-Ann Williams
2011/3 SEMTA SUPPORTS SCIENCE SKILLS Philip Whiteman
2011/3 UN INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF CHEMISTRY 2011
2011/3 UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS FOR A BETTER RAILWAY John Amoore
2011/3 A WATER INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTION TO CLIMATE CHANGE Michael Norton, Dr Richard Harpin and Alexander Lane
2011/3 CHALLENGE OF RESPONSIBLE INNOVATION Opinion by Professor Richard Owen
2011/3 TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION CENTRES Opinion by Professor Richard Brook
2010/4 SCIENCE, RESEARCH AND INNOVATION Speech by the Rt Hon Dr Vince Cable MP
2010/4 IMPACT OF CUTS ON PRIVATE AND CHARITABLE FUNDING FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH
2010/4 ENGINEERING OUR FUTURE NOW! Barry McGregor
2010/4 THE COLLAPSE OF COMPUTING EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS Simon Peyton-Jones and Bill Mitchell – and EDUCATION FOR ENGINEERING Dr Rhys Morgan
2010/4 SECURING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION Lord Browne of Madingley FRS FREng
2010/4 CHALLENGED BY CARBON Dr Bryan Lovell
2010/4 A DEMAND DRIVEN INNOVATION MODEL AND CONSUMER ENGAGEMENT Dr Suzanne King and Mark Dyball
2010/4 TEME BANK TRAIL Professor Michael Rosenbaum
2010/4 ACCREDITATION OF BIOLOGY DEGREES Dr Mark Downs
2010/4 FOOD SECURITY: WHY PLANT HEALTH MATTERS Dr Julie Flood
2010/4 TOWARDS IMPROVED RESERVOIR SAFETY Dr Peter Mason
2010/4 RUSSIA: MODERNISATION THROUGH SCIENCE AND INNOVATION Dr Julia Knights
2010/4 BIOREFINING: PREPARING FOR THE PERFECT STORM Professor Robert Edwards
2010/4 INNOVATION TO SAVE LIVES IN ROTORCRAFT OVER AFGHANISTAN Dstl
2010/4 A VOLUNTARY APPROACH TO FOOD SAFETY Jon Poole
2010/4 SOUND ANALYTICAL MEASUREMENT FOR A SAFE, SOLVENT UK Dr Derek Craston
2010/4 THE SCIENCE COUNCIL Diana Garnham
2010/4 THE TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF THE FUTURE Professor Sa’ad Medhat
2010/4 THE ROYAL SOCIETY’S 350TH ANNIVERSARY Martin Rees
2010/4 SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND POLITICS Addresses to the P&SC by Lord Oxburgh, Julian Huppert MP and Pallab Ghosh
2010/4 WHY SUSTAINABILITY IS THE KEY TO EFFECTIVE, INTEGRATED HEALTHCARE Dr Robert Verkerk
2010/4 SEVEN POINT PLAN – AN INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY FOR UK COMPETITIVENESS Lord Browne of Madingley FRS FREng
2010/4 DIAMOND – ENHANCING THE SCIENCE BASE AND INDUSTRIAL COMPETITIVENESS Lord Broers FRS FREng
2010/3 SCIENCE, INNOVATION AND THE ECONOMY The Rt Hon David Willetts MP
2010/3 NEW GOVERNMENT, NEW PARLIAMENT NEW PEOPLE, SAME ISSUES Paul Davies
2010/3 NEW REPORT REVEALS PUBLIC’S VIEWS ON SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY Matt Goode and Nancy Mendoza
2010/3 OBITUARY – LORD FLOWERS
2010/3 ECTON MINE – FROM COPPER-BOTTOMED SHIPS TO A-LEVEL CHEMISTRY Dr Stephen Henley FGS FIMMM CEng
2010/3 CONSUMER ENGAGEMENT WITH EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES Rob Reid
2010/3 WATER & SOLAR POWERED PASSENGER LIFT Matthew Lloyd Architects
2010/3 LEADING LIGHTS ANNOUNCED IN STEMNET AWARDS
2010/3 EATING FOR BETTER HEALTH THE FOREWORD Dr Michael Dixon OBE MB BS LRCP DRCOG FRCGP
2010/3 VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS, CATASTROPHIC EARTHQUAKES & TSUNAMIS – HOW CAN WE REDUCE THE TOLLS ON HUMANITY? Professor RSI Sparks FRS, Dr Rui Pinho and Dr Tiziana Rossetto
2010/3 THE VALUE OF SCIENCE Sir Martin Taylor FRS
2010/3 HIGH SPEED RAIL David Ross
2010/3 A GAP IN THE INNOVATION MARKET Dr David Dent
2010/3 WHAT IS SEAMLESS WEATHER FORECASTING? HOW CAN WE FORECAST YEARS AHEAD, AND MANAGE THE FINANCIAL RISKS PROFITABLY?
2010/3 THE BALANCED ECONOMY – THE NEED FOR STEM CAPABILITIES Professor Geoffrey Le Grys
2010/3 MAKING BRITAIN HEALTHY: UTILISING THE INNOVATION IN VITRO DIAGNOSTICS CAN PROVIDE TO THE NHS Doris-Ann Williams
2010/3 ENGINEERING THE FUTURE Andrew Miller MP
2010/3 WHAT PRICE SCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY Countess of Mar
2010/2 SINGAPORE SCIENTIFIC PRODIGY Sam Myers Science and Innovation Network
2010/2 PANDEMIC INFLUENZAS Lord Soulsby of Swaffham Prior
2010/2 MAKING A BIG BANG
2010/2 HOW TO AVOID METAL SUPPLY SHORTAGES IN THE UK Dr Hazel Prichard
2010/2 GLASGOW SCIENCE CENTRE Kirk Ramsey
2010/2 SET FOR BRITAIN 2010
2010/2 MARINE RESERVES – A KEY ROLE IN ECOSYSTEM-BASED FISHERIES MANAGEMENT Dr Jean-Luc Solandt
2010/2 INNOVATIVE MARINE ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE – ARE WE SWIMMING OR SINKING?
2010/2 WHAT ARE THE PROBABLE SOCIAL IMPACTS OF THE LATEST BRAIN RESEARCH? And DEBATING THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON THE BRAIN
2010/2 SCIENCE FOR PARLIAMENTARIANS Phil Willis
2010/2 THE INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING COMMISSION Sir Michael Pitt
2010/2 A MANIFESTO FOR PHYSICS Dr Robert Kirby Harris
2010/2 SCIENCE AND THE NEW PARLIAMENT Dr Stephen Benn
2010/2 SCIENCE AND POLITICS MUST RUB TOGETHER BETTER Ian Taylor
2010/2 PARTING SHOTS Dr Doug Naysmith
2010/2 WHITHER SCIENCE IN PARLIAMENT Lord Walton of Detchant
2010/2 A WELCOME BY THE PRESIDENT Lord Jenkin of Roding
2010/3 WITH SUCH MINERAL WEALTH WHY IS TANZANIA NOT RICHER? Martin Caton MP
2010/3 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES – EMERGING MARKETS Dr Philippa Bell
2010/3 THE DEEP Colin Brown
2010/3 COME BACK GM – ALL IS FORGIVEN? Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Peter Shewry and Professor Howard Atkinson
2010/3 ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS – HOW BEST TO ADAPT TO THE IMPACT OF GLOBAL WARMING? Addresses to the P&SC by Lord Broers FREng FRS and Professor Paul Ekins
2010/3 NECESSITY SHOULD BE THE MOTHER OF INNOVATION Professor Martin Binks, Dr Simon Mosey and Paul Kirkham
2010/3 SCIENCE AT THE BRITISH COUNCIL Martin Davidson
2010/3 REPRESENTING OUR SCIENTISTS Andy Boseley and WHAT’S THE POINT OF A TRADES UNION? Marijke Smith
2010/3 FOOD SECURITY, INNOVATION AND INDUSTRY
2010/3 SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING AT THE HEART OF HEALTH AND SAFETY Judith Hackitt CBE
2010/3 THE CHALLENGES FACED BY MICROBIOLOGISTS Professor Geoff Hanlon
2010/3 THE UK RESEARCH BASE Professor Adrian Smith FRS
2010/3 GERMANY STRENGTHENS SCIENCE AND INNOVATION TO SECURE FUTURE WEALTH Ursula Roos
2010/3 THAT WAS 13 YEARS THAT WAS!! Dr Ian Gibson
2010/3 THE ROLE OF THE CHIEF SCIENTIFIC ADVISER, MINISTRY OF DEFENCE Professor Mark Welland FRS FREng
2010/3 THE NUTT CASE AND ITS SEQUELAE Lord Rea
2009/4 SUSTAINABLE ELECTRICITY, TRANSPORT FUELS AND HEAT Gordon Taylor
2009/4 POTENTIAL HAZARDS OF NANOTECHNOLOGY Professor Vicki Stone and Dr Rob Aitken
2009/4 ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY LINKS DAY
2009/4 EPSRC IMPACT!
2009/4 THE PARLIAMENTARY AND SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
2009/4 DESIGNS FOR LIFE
2009/4 BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORY Professor Charles Sheppard
2009/4 SCIENCE AND EDUCATION AT THE EDEN PROJECT Professor Sir Ghillean Prance
2009/4 CHINA – SCIENCE AND INNOVATION Dr David Bacon
2009/4 POSTCARD FROM AUSTRALIA Robert Freer
2009/4 ERGONOMICS AT 60 – A CELEBRATION Reg Sell
2009/4 CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE – WILL IT WORK? Addresses to the P&SC by Charles Hendry MPand Dr Andy Read
2009/4 NANOTECHNOLOGY – SHOULD WE BE WORRIED? Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Alec Reader, Dr Mike Fisher and Dr Stephanie Lacour
2009/4 MEDICAL TESTING – DO WE WANT MORE OR LESS OF IT? Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Michael Baum and Professor Karol Sikora
2009/4 KEW’S MILLENNIUM SEED BANK Simon Linington
2009/4 THE GRAND OPENING OF YOUR MIND Dr Michael Dixon
2009/4 REGULATING FORENSIC SCIENCE QUALITY STANDARDS Andrew Rennison
2009/4 STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE Sir Alan Langlands
2009/4 SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING AT THE HEART OF A FUTURE CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT Adam Afriyie MP
2009/4 BIOETHICS AND DEMENTIA Professor Albert Weale
2009/3 WATER SCARCITY AND FOOD SECURITY Colin Chartres and Samyuktha Varma
2009/3 THE CARP AND THE RABBIT Professor Alan Malcolm
2009/3 AND IS THERE HONEY STILL FOR TEA? Tim Lovett
2009/3 THE PRIME MINISTER IN BRAZIL Damian Popolo, Sao Paulo
2009/3 TACKLING PNEUMOCOCCAL DISEASE Dr Desmond Turner MP
2009/3 THE ANCIENT SCOURGE OF MALARIA Stephen O’Brien MP and Prudence Hamade
2009/3 LEADING LIGHTS – STEM AMBASSADORS
2009/3 CATALYST SCIENCE DISCOVERY CENTRE: AN EXCITING PLACE TO BE!
2009/3 TAKING SCIENCE TO THE STREET Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Anthony J Ryan, Dr Daniel Glaser and Dr Mae-Wan Ho
2009/3 DOES SECURITY TECHNOLOGY RESTRICT PERSONAL FREEDOM? Addresses to the P&SC by Professor John Pethica and Dr David Murakami Wood
2009/3 LEADING THE SEARCH FOR ANIMAL ALTERNATIVES Dr Vicky Robinson
2009/3 IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT DEAD BODIES Dr Suzy Lishman
2009/3 SCIENCE: OUT OF THE ECONOMIC DOWNTURN Lord Rees of Ludlow
2009/3 JOHN INNES CELEBRATES ITS CENTENARY – GENETICS 100 YEARS ON Sarah Wilmot and Dee Rawsthorne
2009/3 THE LAUNCH OF THE FOOD AND ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH AGENCY Professor Nicola Spence
2009/3 DISHING UP GOOD FOOD SCIENCE DISHING UP GOOD FOOD SCIENCE Tim Smith
2009/3 CHALLENGES AS THE CHIEF SCIENTIFIC ADVISER OF DEFRA Professor Robert Watson
2009/3 SCIENCE POLICY RE-EXAMINED Tim Boswell MP
2009/3 ANYONE OUT THERE? Ian Taylor MP
2009/2 THE BIG BANG FAIR
2009/2 THE VANISHING FACE OF GAIA: A FINAL WARNING Book Review by Dr Stephen Henley
2009/2 PUBLIC DIALOGUE ON STEM CELL RESEARCH Karen Gooch
2009/2 OBAMA – “WE WILL RESTORE SCIENCE TO ITS RIGHTFUL PLACE” Brian Ferrar, SIN, British Embassy, Washington
2009/2 DARWIN’S ISLAND Book Review by Dr Ian Gibson MP
2009/2 TRANSLATING THE VOICE OF ENGINEERING Paul Davies
2009/2 SET FOR BRITAIN
2009/2 ANNUAL LUNCHEON OF THE PARLIAMENTARY AND SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE Guest of Honour Lord Taverne
2009/2 UNCHARTERED TERRITORY: NICE, BIOSIMILARS AND GROWTH HORMONE Dr Justin Warner
2009/2 DO WE NEED MORE MULTI-SKILLED SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS TO MANAGE ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND CHANGE? Seminar jointly arranged by DIUS and P&SC
2009/2 HAVE WE PASSED PEAK OIL AND WHY DOES IT MATTER? Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Steven E Koonin and Steven Sorrell
2009/2 PUBLIC INVESTMENT IN R&D DURING THE DOWNTURN Nick Dusic
2009/2 EDUCATION AT THE WELLCOME TRUST Professor Derek Bell
2009/2 THE INSTITUTE OF CORROSION – A RUSTY PAST, A GOLDEN PRESENT AND A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE Paul Lambert and Douglas Mills
2009/2 CELEBRATING FOUR CENTURIES OF MODERN ASTRONOMY Dr Robert Massey
2009/2 RETROFITTING EXISTING BUILDINGS TO OVERCOME THE TRIPLE CHALLENGE OF CLIMATE, ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY Professor Michael Kelly
2009/2 UK FUSION IN THE ERA OF FUSION BURN Professor Steve Cowley
2009/2 THOUGHTS ON BECOMING CHAIRMAN Ian Taylor MP
2009/2 PAIRING OF MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT WITH SCIENTISTS Dr Brian Iddon MP
2009/3 WHY DOES PUBLIC HEALTH MATTER? Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Rosalind Stanwell-Smith, Lord Krebs and Sir William Stewart
2009/3 MEASURING THE WORTH OF MEDICAL RESEARCH Dr Ian Viney
2009/3 SAFEGUARDING OUR NATURAL CAPITAL Catherine Martin
2009/3 DARWIN Professor Alan Malcolm
2009/3 FOOD SECURITY – IS IT ACHIEVABLE? Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Colin Dennis and Professor Chris Lamb
2009/3 NUCLEAR WASTE – WHAT TO DO WITH IT? Addresses to the P&SC by Richard Waite and Dr Peter Bleasdale
2009/3 THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FACILITIES COUNCIL Dr Andrew Taylor
2009/3 FOOD VERSUS FUEL – IS THERE A VIABLE SOLUTION? Dr Jeremy Tomkinson
2009/3 A ‘SIN’ TO ACHIEVE THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS? Sam Myers, British High Commission, Singapore
2009/3 THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES RESEARCH COUNCIL AND INNOVATION Ben Gibbons
2009/3 PUBLIC AFFAIRS AT THE ROYAL SOCIETY Dr Peter Cotgreave
2009/3 THE PROSPECTS FOR BRITISH LIFE SCIENCES AND PHARMACEUTICALS Dr Richard Barker
2009/3 MAKING THE CASE FOR FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH Dr Beth Taylor
2009/3 FOOD; ADDRESSING THE UK’S GRAND CHALLENGES Catherine Reynolds
2009/3 THE HALDANE PRINCIPLE Professor Bill Wakeham
2009/3 ENGINEERING AND SOCIETY Opinion by Norman Haste
2009/3 REF MUSTN’T UNDERMINE COLLABORATIVE SCIENCE Opinion by Rob Wilson MP
2009/3 A PRAGMATIC ENERGY POLICY FOR THE UK Professor Ian Fells and Candida Whitmill
2009/3 SCIENCE AND POLICY Opinion by Lord Sutherland of Houndwood
2008/4 Postcard from Svalbard Peter Friend
2008/4 The Last Bus Stop on Earth Steve Thompson
2008/4 Flood Prediction Strategy benefits from Science Phil Evans
2008/4 Science and an Uncertain World RSC Parliamentary Links Day
2008/4 Towards 2020 Science and the European Science Initiative Address to the P&SC by Prof Stephen Emmott
2008/4 Defence Science – Maintaining a Cutting Edge Addresses to the P&SC by Graham Love and Andrew Sleigh
2008/4 Emergent Human Diseases: Allergies, Autism and ME Addresses to the P&SC by Prof the Baroness Finlay of Llandaff, Prof Simon Baron-Cohen and Sir Peter Spencer
2008/4 20 Years of the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology
2008/4 An Appeal to Reason: A Cool Look at Global Warming Book Review by Lord Hunt of Chesterton
2008/4 Sciencewise Expert Resource Centre Interview with Lord Winston
2008/4 East Midlands invests in STEM education Phil Hope MP
2008/4 Animal Research – the Role of a Professional Inspectorate Dr Judy MacArthur Clark
2008/4 Strengthening UK Medical Science Mrs Mary Manning
2008/4 Antibiotics: where does the future lie? Professor Sir David Hopwood
2008/4 Health Equity in a Generation? Professor Sir Michael Marmot and Dr Sharon Friel
2008/4 Alcohol and the Liver Professor Mark Thursz
2008/4 How can we tackle our drinking culture? David Poley
2008/4 Alcohol Sales (Regulation of Prices and Promotion) Bill Sally Keeble MP
2008/4 Intellectual Property Ian Fletcher
2008/4 Science in the UK: doing well, could do better Opinion by Lord May of Oxford
2008/4 Science in Schools Opinion by Lord Lewis of Newnham
2008/3 Three years in Delhi
2008/3 Beating Stress, Anxiety and Depression Book Review by Lord Walton of Detchant
2008/3 Safety Issues related to the Introduction of Biosimilar Medicines into UK Healthcare Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Antonio Pagliuca and Michael Summers
2008/3 Chemicals in Food, Water and Consumer Products Addresses to the P&SC by Prof David Coggon, Dr Kerr Wilson and Gwynne Lyons
2008/3 Hands-on Science in Schools Addresses to the P&SC by Prof Tina Overton, Dr Karen Bultitude and Dr Hugh Cartwright
2008/3 Dr John Snow: an unsung hero of water and sanitation
2008/3 Engineering Challenges towards Personalised Medicine
2008/3 The Severn Estuary: a Barrage or a Bore
2008/3 20 Years of the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology
2008/3 The Search for Life on Mars
2008/3 National Physical Laboratory – the UK’s National Measurement Institute Professor John Pethica
2008/3 The Charity Enterprise in Research Simon Denegri and Sara Ellis, Association of Medical Research Charities
2008/3 Time is running out for jaw, jaw Opinion by Colin Challen MP
2008/3 Science in Parliament Opinion by Lord Jenkin of Roding
2008/3 Science and Society: Realising the Vision Ian Pearson MP
2008/3 Engineering Skills: Investing in Tomorrow Dr David Brown
2008/3 Science in Universities Diana Warwick
2008/3 Science in the NHS Ann Keen MP
2008/2 What does British Industry want from our Scientists and Engineers? Seminar jointly arranged by DIUS and P&SC
2008/2 Science in the Regions Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Ed Metcalfe, Dr George Baxter and Prof Colin Whitehouse
2008/2 New Diseases and Renewed Threats Addresses to the P&SC by Prof Hugh Pennington, Prof Nigel Minton and Prof Andrew McMichael
2008/2 Voice of the Future
2008/2 Power Attracts – and Requires – Advice
2008/2 Tackling the major challenges facing society Professor Dave Delpy
2008/2 Facing up to the Grand Challenges Andy Furlong
2008/2 UK Innovation in Central Europe Alison Winzenried-Pring
2008/2 Why the United Kingdom needs a National Bioethics Commission Professor Lord Alton of Liverpool
2008/2 A Human Bioethics Commission Baroness Warnock
2008/2 Translation in Practice Sir Leszek Borysiewicz
2008/2 Science in the Home OfficeProfessor Paul Wiles
2008/2 100 Days as the Government Chief Scientific Adviser Professor John Beddington
2008/1 Global leadership in science and innovation alive and well in the San Francisco Bay Area Dr Maike Rentel and Dr Charles Emrich
2008/1 Concentrating Solar Power and the proposed HVDC Supergrid Dr Gerry Wolff and Neil Crumpton
2008/1 How can Science help to prevent Natural Disasters becoming Economic and Human Catastrophes? Addresses to the P&SC by Prof RSJ Sparks, Prof Chris Rapley and Prof John Dewey
2008/1 Global Population Growth – is it sustainable? Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Malcolm Potts, Dr Therese Hesketh and the Earl of Selborne
2008/1 Meeting the Challenges of Biosimilar Medicines Dr Richard Fluck
2008/1 You can never predict in physics – Beth Taylor
2008/1 Messages from the Sea Professor Laurence Mee
2008/1 The Large Hadron Collider Dr Lyndon Evans
2008/1 The Institute for Animal Health Professor Martin Shirley
2008/1 The Draft Human Tissue and Embryos Bill Phil Willis MP
2008/1 Apres le deluge! Barbara Young
2008/1 A Bridge over Troubled Water Professor Michael Elves and Mia Nybrant
2008/1 Science Centres Opinion by Dr Adam Hart-Davis
2008/1 Science Policy Opinion by Lord Taverne
2007/4 The man who fed the world Book review by Dr David Dent
2007/4 Earth Air Fire Water – RSC Parliamentary Links Day
2007/4 Chinese visitors review UK progress on energy generation Anthony Darbyshire
2007/4 The Design and Regulation of Modern Clinical Trials Addresses to the P&SC by Sir Gordon Duff, Prof Janet Darbyshire and Dr Julia Dunne
2007/4 Is Dual Funding of our Universities fit for purpose in the 21st Century? Addresses to the P&SC by Rana Thirunamachandran, Sir Keith O’Nions and Dr Peter Cotgreave
2007/4 Toppling the ivory towers Sir Richard Sykes
2007/4 Elephants – Will they survive the next 100 years in the wild? Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Ian Whyte and Prof Twink Allen
2007/4 More than Samba: UK and Brazil as Partners in Science
2007/4 “A cross-disciplinary think tank, very cool!”
2007/4 Global Climate Change – Plans for a 15-year Space Odyssey Dr Bill Simpson
2007/4 Science City York Paul Taylor
2007/4 UK Biobank Professor Rory Collins
2007/4 Science in Scotland – Making a Difference Professor Anne Glover
2007/4 The forensic use of bioinformation: ethical issues Professor Sir Bob Hepple
2007/4 Falling on DEFRA ears Alan D B Malcolm
2007/4 The Linnean Tercentenary in London; The New Royal Institution Baroness Greenfield and Kristen Dodd
2007/4 Government IT failures – fact or fiction? Opinion by Andrew Miller MP
2007/3 Engaging the Disengaged Dr Nigel Eady and … It’s not just cricket – actually it’s physics
2007/3 Science and Innovation in France – and Europe Mark Sinclair, British Embassy, Paris
2007/3 Science Education for the 21st Century Addresses to the P&SC by Prof Robin Millar, Dr Derek Bell and David Perks
2007/3 Science and Religion Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Ian Gibson MP, Prof David Jones and Prof Andy McIntosh
2007/3 Rocks of Ages Tim Radford
2007/3 Why Science needs Women
2007/3 Shared Challenges, Shared Solutions Dr Ramesh Mashelkar
2007/3 The importance of maintaining chemistry within universities Professor David Phoenix
2007/3 The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Professor Stephen Hopper
2007/3 Yorkshire and Humber – the UK’s real powerhouse? Tom Riordan
2007/3 The School Food Reform Journey Prue Leith
2007/3 Venture Capital and Science: Mind the Gap Opinion by Brooks Newmark MP
2007/3 The Energy White Paper Opinion by Robert Freer
2007/2 Can the European Electricity Grids cope with more Windfarms?
2007/2 Scientists impress MPs with work to minimise the use of animals
2007/2 Blood Diamonds v Ethical sourcing Rt Hon Kevin Barron MP
2007/2 A Postcard from Brazil
2007/2 Launch of UK-Japan University-Business linkage agreement
2007/2 Korea’s success through innovation Mark Tomlinson, British Embassy, Seoul
2007/2 Stem Cell Wars: inside stories from the front lines Book Review by Sir Richard Gardner FRS
2007/2 Innovative Scientific and Engineering Solutions for the Management of Climate Change Seminar jointly arranged by DTI and P&SC
2007/2 The Large Hadron Collider switch on Addresses to the P&SC by Dr Lyn Evans and Dr Tara Shears
2007/2 Conflicts of Interest – does money influence scientific publication? Addresses to the P&SC by Richard Smith, Sir Iain Chalmers and Prof Clive Wilson
2007/2 Business sense from Universities Professor Mike Spyer
2007/2 Too hot NOT to handle Professor Paul Younger
2007/2 National Space Centre Chas Bishop
2007/2 The British Geological Survey Professor John Ludden
2007/2 Science in Zoos and Aquariums Professor Gordon McGregor Reid
2007/2 Foresight brings clarity to the future Professor Brian Collins
2007/2 Science Education feature: A Good Year for Science Education Opinion by Dr Robert Kirby-Harris; Science education for all Jenifer Burden; The Unkindest Cut! Neil Roscoe
2007/3 Riding the wave of the latest Asian Tiger Dr Rob Daniel, British High Commission, New Delhi
2007/3 Maximising the Benefit from Scientific Innovation Dr David Dent
2007/3 “SIP” gives Science a taste of Public Opinion
2007/3 Materials, Minerals and Mining innovation, conservation and wealth creation Addresses to the P&SC by Prof RJ Pine, Dr Stuart Lyon and Prof Colin J Humphreys
2007/3 Are Patients Safe with the NHS? Addresses to the P&SC by Bill Murray, Prof Tom Treasure and Prof Peter Buckle
2007/3 Satellites for Science, Engineering, Technology and Business Addresses to the P&SC by Prof John Zarnecki, Colin Paynter and Sir Martin Sweeting
2007/3 How can Science help to save the Marine Environment? Addresses to the P&SC by Prof Edward Hill, Dr Carol Turley and Mark Farrar
2007/3 State of Science UK
2007/3 Research Council Support for Knowledge Transfer Professor Philip Esler
2007/3 Strategic Influence: my vision for the RSC Dr Richard A Pike
2007/3 Maintaining a World Class Higher Education System Professor David Eastwood
2007/3 Nuclear Energy Opinion by Giles Chichester MEP
2007/3 The European Research Council Opinion by Professor Fotis C Kafatos
2007/3 Sir Ian Lloyd A tribute by Sir John Osborn
2007/3 Conservative Party Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Task-Force Opinion by Ian Taylor MP
2006/4 The DTI’s Energy Review Robert Freer
2006/4 School Meals Prof Alan Malcolm
2006/4 UK-Singapore: Partners in Science Brian Ferrar, British High Commission, Singapore
2006/4 The Ageing Countryside Book Review by Lord Haskins
2006/4 Science and Globalisation
2006/4 Is Open Access the Future for Scientific Publishing? Addresses to the P&SC by Prof Mark Walport, Robert Campbell, Prof David Nicholas and Dr Ian Rowlands
2006/4 Human Reproductive Technologies Addresses to the P&SC by Lord Winston and Prof Peter Braude
2006/4 State of the Nation Report Quentin Leiper, Institution of Civil Engineers
2006/4 Research finds Masonry Homes can have lowest whole life CO2 Impact Andrew Minson, the Concrete Centre
2006/4 The Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award
2006/4 Science Cities Professor Christopher Edwards
2006/4 Enriching the Science Learning Experience Yvonne Baker, SETNET
2006/4 Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester Dr Ian Griffin
2006/4 Being NICE Professor Sir Michael Rawlins
2006/4 Why Nuclear Power is needed in a low carbon economy Professor Sir David King
2006/4 Changes in 25 years of Computing Charles Hughes, BCS
2006/4 Mission Impossible? Opinion by Phil Willis MP
2006/3 BOOK REVIEW: Chernobyl – Catastrophe and Consequences Jim Smith and Nicholas A Beresford
2006/3 What is the cost of Climate Change? Robert Freer
2006/3 UK-China Partners in Science David Concar, Science and Innovation Counsellor, British Embassy Beijing
2006/3 SCIENCE IN COURT – EXPERT WITNESSES IN THE DOCK – MEETING OF THE PARLIAMENTARY AND SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE ON MONDAY 22ND MAY 2006L Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws QC, James Badenoch QC, Professor Robert Forrest LLM, FRCP, FRCPath, CChem, FRSC
2006/3 OUR ENERGY FUTURES FOR SECURE AND SUSTAINABLE POWER: FROM CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGY WITH CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE, MICROGENERATION, TIDAL, WIND AND NUCLEAR – MEETING OF THE THE PARLIAMENTARY AND SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE ON MONDAY 24TH APRIL 2006: Dr J M Farley, Allan Jones MBE, Michael Connarty MP, Anthony Darbyshire
2006/3 Britain’s Younger Researchers – Taking Real Science to Parliament Eric Wharton, SET for BRITAIN
2006/3 Low Carbon Power with Carbon Capture and Sequestration – a world first for the UK Lewis Gillies, Director, Hydrogen Power, BP Alternative Energy – BP’s carbon free and low carbon power business.
2006/3 Breeding and Welfare in Companion Animals Roger Gale MP and Lord Soulsby of Swaffham Prior
2006/3 Parallel Medicines Distribution Richard Freudenberg, Secretary-General, British Association of European Pharmaceutical Distributors
2006/3 The Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution: Past, Present and Future John Lawton, Susan Owens and Tom Eddy
2006/3 The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory Dr Frances Saunders, Acting Chief Executive, Dstl
2006/3 A Mission for Innovation – Fostering science enquiry learning across the UK: Jonathan Kestenbaum, Chief Executive, National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (Nesta).
2006/3 Climate change in earth history: policy implications
2006/3 OPINION: Energy Policy Dr Bob Spink MP
2006/2 Let’s prevent neural tube defects by fortifying flour Baroness Walmsley, with thanks to Professor Nicholas Wald FRS, Director, Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine
2006/2 UK and US: partners in science and innovation in a global economy Julian Braithwaite, Counsellor, Global Issues Group. British Embassy, Washington, D.C.
2006/2 Making an Impact Jim Cousins MP
2006/2 THE SCIENCE WEEK SEMINAR – TUESDAY 14TH MARCH 2006: SCIENCE AND SOCIETY: Dr Vicky Robinson, Dr Brian Iddon MP, Professor Kathy Sykes,Professor Alison Murdoch,The Lord Oxburgh FRS FREng
2006/2 HOSPITALS OF THE FUTURE: Sir Richard Sykes FRS FREng, Candace Imison and Professor Sir Ara Darzi, Professor Richard I Kitney OBE, FREng, Susan Grant
2006/2 CCLRC Knowledge Transfer – Creating the Environment for Science and Innovation
2006/2 Antarctica – A Continent for Peace and Science David Walton, British Antarctic Survey
2006/2 City Learning Centres Ann Connor, Education Adviser Department for Education and Skills
2006/2 Building Capacity for Ecology Fund Professor Sir John Lawton (President), Professor Alastair Fitter (Past-President), and Nick Dusic (Science Policy Manager) – British Ecological Society
2006/2 Counterfeiting of Medicines John Ferguson, Commercial Affairs Manager, Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry
2006/2 Yet more “Super Bugs”? How can we control them? Roger Finch, Pamela Hunter, Richard Wise
2006/2 OPINION: The Budget Highlights Science, Dr Ian Gibson MP
2006/3 Hurricanes, Typhoons and Tropical Cyclones Professor Paul Hardaker, Chief Government Advisor, Met Office
2006/3 Visualising the Emotions of Living Kidney Donation
2006/3 Pharmacology: What is it and how is it important to the Health and Wealth of the UK? C.Page, R.Hill J.Buckingham and G Henderson on behalf of the British Pharmacological Society
2006/3 THE IMPORTANCE OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY TO A SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY ON THE AFRICAN CONTINENT Items by Sir Crispin Tickell, Frank Rijsberman, Richard C Carter, Sir Gordon Conway
2006/3 RISK MANAGEMENT РSHOULD THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE BE REPLACED BY RISK-RELATED ANALYSIS FOR INDIVIDUAL NEW TECHNOLOGIES? Items by Professor Susan Owens, Sir Colin Berry, Professor Ragnar L̦fstedt
2006/3 FROM THE GREEN TO THE GENE REVOLUTION – A 21ST CENTURY CHALLENGE Norman E Borlaug
2006/3 COMPLEMENTARY & ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE: SHOULD IT BE PROVIDED ON THE NHS? Items by Lord Walton of Detchant, Professor Stephen Holgate, David Tredinnick MP
2006/3 Science & Innovation in Germany: The New Federal Government’s Research Policy Agenda Ursula Roos, Science & Innovation Officer, British Embassy Berlin
2006/3 Personal data for Public Good: A new report from the Academy of Medical Sciences on the use of personal health information in medical research Professor Robert Souhami CBE FMedSci, Chairman of the Academy Working Group
2006/3 OPINION: Taking a Risk Dame Deirdre Hutton CBE, Chair, Food Standards Agency
2006/3 OPINION: Information for Health Mark Walport, Director, The Wellcome Trust
2006/3 OPINION: Dr Brian Iddon BSc, PhD, DSc (Hull), FRSC, CChem, MP
2006/3 OPINION: Keeping UK Science world class Lord Rees of Ludlow PRS
2005/4 Sustainable Development: The Engineering Contribution Guidance documents for young engineers
2005/4 Spaceport
2005/4 The Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention Meeting of Experts: Codes of Conduct for Scientists
2005/4 Promoting UK/Japan Science & Technology Collaborations
2005/4 Geophysics Education in the UK
2005/4 The Private Finance Initative: a policy built on sand Professor Allyson Pollock
2005/4 NHS PFI is not NHS PLC Lord Warner
2005/4 Warning of Catastrophe: the way forward Professor Bill McGuire
2005/4 Diversity in Science: Novartis and The Daily Telegraph Visions of Science Photographic Awards
2005/4 State of the Nation Report 2005: An assessment of the UK’s infrastructure by the Institution of Civil Engineers
2005/4 The advent of a new industrial revolution and the Airbus A350 wing: Paul Chivers, VP Head of A350 Wing, Airbus UK
2005/4 Parliamentary Links Day
2005/4 Plastic Waste: Toxic Rubbish or Strategic Resource? Addresses to the P&SC by Peter Davis, Graham Hearn, Dr Roger Morton and Lee Clayton
2005/4 ID Cards and the National Identity Register Professor Paul Wiles
2005/4 A call to arms: Opinion by Robert Key MP
2005/4 The Natural History Museum: Inspiring public engagement with science Dr Michael Dixon
2005/3 Steel’s Fire Performance Under Scrutiny Anna Scothern
2005/3 Has British Science been Saved? Opinion by Professor Peter Saunders
2005/3 One hundred years of hormones Tom Parkhill
2005/3 The Nuclear Energy Option – Will we still need it – and if so – When? Addresses to the P&SC by Lord Broers, Sir Donald Miller, Ann McCall and Godfrey Boyle
2005/3 The Charities Bill and Learned and Professional Societies Keith Lawrey
2005/3 Science Education and the Science Learning Centres Professor John Holman
2005/3 Facing the Challenge of Change for a Safer Environment Lawrie Haynes
2005/3 Nuclear Power: what do MPs and the public think about it? Robert Freer
2005/3 British Council Science from the Past to the Future Dr Lloyd Anderson
2005/3 Science and International Development: Working together in the fight against poverty The Rt Hon Hilary Benn MP
2005/3 The challenge of chairing the Science Advisory Council Professor John Beddington CMG FRS
2005/3 The role of the Chief Scientific Adviser, MOD Professor Roy Anderson FRS
2005/3 Ageing – Putting off the Evil Day
Addresses to the P&SC by Tom Kirkwood, John Lever and Reynold Greenlaw
2005/2 National Museum of Science & Industry: The C21 Museum In Action: Opinion by Lindsay Sharp, Director, National Museum of Science & Industry
2005/2 THE SCIENCE WEEK SEMINAR – THURSDAY 17TH MARCH 2005: THE UK – BEST PLACE IN THE WORLD FOR INNOVATION

  • The Ten Year Plan by Sir Keith O’Nions, FRS, Director General UK Research Councils
  • The Technology Strategy as the Basis for Future Economic Success by Catherine Beech, Cambridge Gateway Fund
  • The Technology Strategy and Collaborative Policy in Government by Patrick McDonald, DTI Technology Strategy Board
  • Knowledge Transfer within the Research Councils by Professor Ian Diamond, Chief Executive, ESRC
  • Science and Technology Centres of Excellence by Sir Richard Sykes, Rector, Imperial College, London

 

2005/2 Five years of the Food Standards Agency: Opinion by Sir John Krebs FRS
2005/2 Fighting Infection: by Janet Hurst and Faye Jones, External Relations Office, Society for General Microbiology
2005/2 Chemical engineering on the menu by Professor Colin Grant, Strathclyde University
2005/2 Eating with the P and S by Tam Dalyell
2005/2 FROM THE SCENE OF CRIME TO THE COURTHOUSE:

  • Tackling Organised Crime by William Hughes, Director General Designate, Serious Organised Crime Agency
  • Policing and Crime Prevention by Gloria Laycock, Professor of Crime Science, University College London
  • Delivery and Development of Forensic ervices in the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) by Gary Pugh, Director of Forensic Services, Metropolitan Police Service

 

2005/2 Bovine Tuberculosis – Towards a Science Based Control Strategy by J. Bourne – Chairman, Independent Scientific Group: C.A. Donnelly, D.R. Cox, G. Gettinby, J.P. McInerney, W.I. Morrison, R. Woodroffe.
2005/3 Risk Perception & Risk Assessment versus Hazard Reduction: Addresses to the P&SC by Alastair Evans, Professor Philip Dale and Dr Chris Elliott
2005/3 Engineering and Physical Sciences for the 21st century John O’Reilly
2005/3 The Innovation Challenge: Lessons from America and the UK Dr Charles Wessner and Alan Hughes
2005/3 Liberal Democrat Science Policy: Opinion by Sandra Gidley MP
2005/3 Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Addresses to the P&SC by Professor George Smith, Professor Sir David King and Dr Julia King
2005/3 Towards One Institution of Engineers Robert Freer
2005/3 Einstein Year gets off the ground
2005/3 How We Can Save the Planet: Opinion by Colin Challen MP
2005/3 Vision and Strategy for the Medical Research Council: Opinion by Professor Colin Blakemore
2005/3 Bees on their Knees? Pamela A Hunter
2005/3 Animal Contributions to Science and Society: Addresses to the P&SC by Sir John Sulston, Professor Tipu Aziz and Dr Robert Hubrecht
2004/4 The future health of the nation – the Wanless 2 report and beyond Derek Wanless
2004/4 Einstein Year is coming ! Dianne Stilwell, PR and Public Awareness Manager, The Institute of Physics
2004/4 Materials and minerals: the key building blocks for our future prosperity Dr Nuna Staniaszek, Head of Communications, The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining
2004/4 Obesity and the Government’s repsonsibility for diet Professor Robert Pickard, Director-General, British Nutrition Foundation
2004/4 British metrication: how can we escape from the mess ? Robin Paice, Chairman, UK Metric Association
2004/4 Bolton Technical Innovation Centre Ltd: A new concept for delivering education in SET to 9-19 year-olds Dr Brian Iddon MP
2004/4 Managing the countryside in the future Lord Haskins
2004/4 The ECSITE-UK Science Centre Network John Durant, Chief Executive, At-Bristol, Chairman, ECSITE-UK
2004/4 The food industry’s response to obesity Gaynor Bussell, Nutrition Manager, Food and Drink Federation
2004/4 Farming today Tim Bennett, President of the National Farmers’ Union of England and Wales
2004/4 Third biotech generation targets industrial growth and sustainability Dr Martin Anthony
2004/3 Concrete is the Best Bet for Sustainable Development Anna Scothern, Head of Concrete Performance at The Concrete Centre
2004/3 A Fisherman’s Tale Michael Park and
Science and Fisheries Professor J R Beddington
2004/3 Down to Earth – Spin off from the Beagle 2 Project Tony McWalter MP
2004/3 The Role of Science in a Changing World: Address to the P&SC by Lord May of Oxford
2004/3 Why Is Animal Research Still Necessary? Dr Ian Gibson MP
2004/3 The EU REACH Scheme for Chemicals Testing Professor Robert D Combes
2004/3 REACHing for the Right Solution Dr Simon Campbell, President, Royal Society of Chemistry
2004/3 Opinion by the Rt Hon Gordon Brown MP
2004/3 The EU Chemicals Directive and its Implications for Experiments on Animals: Addresses to the P&SC by Sir Tom Blundell and the Earl of Selborne
2004/2 LGC – a privatisation success Dr Richard Worswick
2004/2 Fighting Infection: Opinion by Lord Soulsby of Swaffham Prior
2004/2 Science in Schools The Rt Hon Alan Johnson MP
Science Education Maggie Leggett
2004/2 Science Education: Addresses to the P&SC by Professor John Holman, Dr Eric Albone and Sir Anthony Cleaver
2004/2 The Regulation of Nanotechnology: Addresses to the P&SC by Professor George Smith and Stephen Falder
2004/2 Entrepreneurship in the UK: Changing the Culture through Collaboration Neil Mundy, Director Innovation and Integration, One NorthEast
2004/2 GM: The Politics of Uncertainty: Opinion by the Rt Hon Michael Meacher MP
GM: The Certainty of Science: Opinion by Professor Alan Malcolm
2004/2 Long Term Vison Needed to Keep Britain Moving David Jones
2004/2 How Designing Better Experiments Can Reduce the Number of Laboratory Animals Used in Biomedical Research Dr Michael F W Festing, FRAME
2004/2 Designer Babies: Addresses to the P&SC by Professor Lord Winston and the Lord Bishop of Oxford