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Volume 22, Number 3

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Editorial
Professor Ed Hill: The place of research institutes in science and innovation

UKRI leaves the starting blocks
Sir Mark Walport: A strategy for UK Research and Innovation
Sir Alan Wilson: Research and innovation within an ecosystem
Kirsten Bound: Fruits of bold experimentation
Jonathan Neale: Building on our strengths

Building regulations and fire safety
Dame Judith Hackitt: A radical overhaul is required
Graham Watts: Working together to achieve a common goal
Peter Baker: Building a safer future
Dr Peter Bonfield: Providing practical help and advice

The future of farming
Professor Ian Boyd: Re-imagining our farming system
Minette Batters: A vision for agriculture
Helen Browning: Taking an organic and integrated approach to farming

Distributed ledger technology
Chris Corrado: The impact of distributed ledger technology
Shirine Khoury-Haq: A potential for transformational change
Dr Mike Short: The ability to identify and track billions of devices
Keith Bear: Blockchain in the real world


Volume 22, Number 2

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Editorial
Sir David Cannadine: The role of the Academies in providing independent advice to Government

An industrial strategy for the UK
Lord Hennessy: Searching for a strategy that makes a difference
Lord Heseltine: Establishing a strategy for the whole economy
Lord Willetts: A tension at the heart of Government activity

A business strategy for Scotland
Professor Iain Gray: Translating research excellence into economic benefit
Nora Senior: Plugging gaps in performance
Dame Susan Rice: An ecosystem for business
Paul Wheelhouse: Driving innovation

Meeting air quality targets
Dr Stephen Bryce: The energy emissions challenge
Professor Frank Kelly: The health consequences of air pollution

Diagnosing cancer earlier
Sir Harpal Kumar: Early diagnosis has the potential to transform patient outcomes
Dr Clare Turnbull: Using genetics to combat cancer

The rise of machine learning
Dr Mike Lynch: An opportunity or a threat to society?
Dr Claire Craig: Giving society the confidence to embrace opportunities
Amir Saffari: The potential to augment human efforts
Dame Wendy Hall: The opportunities for the UK

Comment
Norman Lamb: The future of social care

Obituary
The Rt Hon Sir Brian Neill


Volume 22, Number 1

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Editorial
Professor Robin Grimes: Putting science into diplomacy

Implementing an industrial strategy for the UK
Professor Graeme Reid: What constitutes an effective industrial strategy for the UK?
Dame Ann Dowling: A bold vision is needed for our industrial future
Andrew Barker: The practical aspects
Anthony Lilley: Bridging the old divides

The challenge of raising skills levels
Sir Mark Walport: Lifting skills to meet the needs of society and the economy
Sir Adrian Smith: The fundamental role of mathematics
Dame Judith Hackitt: The view from manufacturing industry

Creating smart cities
Lord Mair: Taking a smart approach to 21st century infrastructure
Dr Tom Saunders: Engaging the citizen in policy making for cities
Cllr Peter Marland: The smart city as a place for communities to thrive

The impact of demographic and medical trends on society
Professor Chris Whitty: The challenges facing the UK’s health and social care systems
Sir Robert Lechler: Addressing the challenges to health and social care Professor
Marcel Levi: Focussing our efforts on patient needs


Volume 21, Number 10

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Editorial
The Earl of Selborne: Developing an Industrial Strategy for the UK

The creation of UK Research and Innovation
Sir John Kingman: A champion for research and innovation
Dame Julia Goodfellow: Science is at the heart of our economy
Phil Smith: UKRI’s potential – a business perspective

The implications of Brexit for UK research
Sir Venki Ramakrishnan: Planning for our future prosperity
Professor Louise Richardson: Threats and opportunities fop UK research
Lord Willetts: Building the future of science and innovation

Improving national resilience to flooding
Dame Julia Slingo: Lessons learned from recent flood events in the UK
Dr Doug Wilson: Dealing with extremes
Simon Warsop: Looking fop a long tepm stpategy fop fl ood pesistance

The transition from adolescence to adulthood
Dr Joanne McLean: How effective are universal interventions for young Scots?
Dr Helen Sweeting: Evaluating interventions with vulnerable adolescents
Lord Layard: Improving mental health fop all age groups

The contribution of science to overseas development
Professor Charlotte Watts: Making good use of science and innovation
Jon Ridley: New ways of getting technology to people that need it
Rowan Douglas: Connecting institutions at national and global levels

Data protection regulation
Jonathan Bamford: The shape of things to come

Obituary
The Rt Hon the Lord Jenkin of Roding Hon FRSE


Volume 21, Number 9

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Editorial
The Rt Hon the Lord Willetts: Science after the Brexit vote

Is a paradigm shift occurring in accessinanalysing and protecting data?
Sir Nigel Shadbolt: Unlocking the potential of open data
Dr Mike Lynch: Technological advances in the use of data
Professor David Hand: The case against a paradigm shift
Baroness O’Neill: An alternative approach to data governance

Valuing the financial and insurance sectors of the UK economy
Anne Richards: Financial services are an essential part of our modern society
John Nelson: The future of the insurance market
Professor John Kay: Sectors still in need of reform

Bridging the gender gap in research
Professor Paul Boyle
Professor Henrietta O’Connor
Linda Holliday


 
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