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The Foundation for Science and Technology

The Foundation's purpose is to provide an impartial platform for debate of policy issues that have a science, technology or medical element. The Foundation organises dinner/discussions and workshops on relevant issues when parliament is sitting. A printable list of the titles and dates of the events listed below is available for download. To view the journal click on the icon on the FST Journal panel.

 

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Recent events

19 Jun
2019
Measuring and improving productivity - what tools and levers can we use?

Debate summary (106KB)

Professor Jennifer Rubin - with audio (2533KB), Executive Chair, Economic and Social Research Council

Paul Johnson - with audio (331KB), Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies

Robert Jenrick MP - audio only, Exchequer Secretary, HM Treasury


03 Jun
2019
The Review of Post-18 Education and Funding

Debate summary (105KB)

Philip Augar - audio only, Chair of the independent panel of the Post-18 Review of Education and Funding

Professor Julia Buckingham - audio only, Vice-Chancellor, Brunel University

Stella Mbubaegbu CBE - audio only, Principal & Chief Executive, Highbury College

Shakira Martin - audio only, President of the National Union of Students (panellist)


24 Apr
2019
The Two Cultures: Sixty Years On

Debate summary (128KB)

Chris Skidmore MP - audio only, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and Department for Education

Sir Venki Ramakrishnan PRS FMedSci - audio only, President, The Royal Society

Professor Helen Small - audio only, Merton Professor of English Language and Literature,, University of Oxford

Professor Jane Macnaughton - audio only, Professor of Medical Humanities, Department of Anthropology, Durham University

Dr Sarah Main - audio only, Executive Director, Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE)


Blog: Time to Let Go of the Two Cultures? - Åsa Jansson & Ben Alderson-Day


06 Mar
2019
Delivering the Government's Maritime 2050 Strategy - the vision for science and technology

Debate summary (117KB)

Roger Hargreaves - audio only, Director for Maritime, Department for Transport

Sarah Kenny - audio only, Vice Chair, Maritime UK

Professor Ed Hill OBE - with audio (3613KB), Executive Director, National Oceanography Centre

Professor Susan Gourvenec - audio only, Deputy Director, Southampton Marine & Maritime Institute, University of Southampton

Liz English - audio only, Group Development Manager, Associated British Ports


16 Jan
2019
Can the goals of the Paris Agreement on the response to climate change be delivered?

Debate summary (141KB)

Nick Bridge - with audio (1252KB), Special Representative for Climate Change, Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Professor Qi Ye - with audio (3450KB), Director, Institute for Public Policy, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Baroness Worthington - audio only, Executive Director Europe, Environmental Defense Fund Europe

Emma Howard Boyd - audio only, Chair, Environment Agency [Respondent]

Professor Nick Robins - audio only, Professor in Practice for Sustainable Finance, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, London School of Economics and Politics [Respondent]

This discussion appeared in the FST Journal Volume 22, Number 5 (2244KB)


19 Dec
2018
Delivering the UK Industrial Strategy: the importance of place

Debate summary (141KB)

Ken Skates AM - audio only, Minister for Economy and Transport, Welsh Government

Sir Mark Walport FRS HonFRSE FMedSci - audio only, Chief Executive, UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)

The Rt Hon Greg Clark MP - audio only, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Katherine Bennett OBE FRAeS - audio only, Senior Vice-President, Airbus [Respondent]

Dr Julia Sutcliffe FRAeS - audio only, Chief Technologist and Head of Engineering Strategy, Air Sector, BAE Systems [Respondent]

This discussion appeared in the FST Journal Volume 22, Number 4 (2587KB)


05 Dec
2018
Is the UK well prepared for a repeat of the 1918 influenza pandemic?

Debate summary (168KB)

Professor Chris Whitty CB FMedSci - with audio (3047KB), Chief Scientific Adviser, Department of Health and Social Care

Katharine Hammond, Director, Civil Contingencies Secretariat, Cabinet Office

Dr Andrew Coburn - with audio (3797KB), Chief Scientist, Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

Professor Rachel McKendry - audio only, Director, i-sense and Professor of Biomedical Nanotechnology, London Centre for Nanotechnology and Department of Medicine, University College London [Panellist]

This discussion appeared in the FST Journal Volume 22, Number 5 (2244KB)


14 Nov
2018
What are universities for?

Debate summary (158KB)

David Sweeney - audio only, Executive Chair, Research England, UKRI

Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell - audio only, President and Vice-Chancellor, The University of Manchester

The Rt Hon the Lord Willetts FRS - audio only, House of Lords

Professor Jonathan Grant - audio only, Vice-President/Vice-Principal (Service), King's College London

This discussion appeared in the FST Journal Volume 22, Number 4 (2587KB)


17 Oct
2018
What is the best way to achieve the Government’s target of spending 2.4% of GDP on R&D by 2027?

Debate summary (190KB)

Dr Patrick Vallance FRS FMedSci FRCP - with audio (738KB), Government Chief Scientific Adviser, GO-Science

Chi Onwurah MP - audio only, Labour Shadow Minister for the Industrial Strategy, Science and Innovation and MP for Newcastle Central, MP for Central Newcastle, House of Commons

Christopher Haley - with audio (4862KB), Head of New Technology and Startup Research, Nesta

Dr David Halpern - audio only, Chief Executive, The Behavioural Insights Team

Rebecca Endean OBE - audio only, Strategy Director, UKRI

This discussion appeared in the FST Journal Volume 22, Number 4 (2587KB)


28 Sep
2018
Civil Society and government - the next decade

Debate summary (89KB)

Ben Harrison MBE (57KB), Policy Manager, Office for Civil Society, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

This discussion appeared in the FST Journal Volume 22, Number 5 (2244KB)


 
 
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