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The Foundation journal, FST Journal, is edited by Sir John Enderby CBE FRS. Scroll down to read the contents list for each issue of the journal.

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Volume 22, Number 6

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Sir Ian Boyd: Science and Government – the benefits and costs of greater integration

Are there two cultures today?
Chris Skidmore MP: Revisiting the ‘Two Cultures’ debate today
Sir Venki Ramakrishnan: Building bridges across a range of divides
Professor Helen Small: Snow versus Leavis, 60 years on
Professor Jane Macnaughton: The need for transdisciplinary research
Dr Sarah Main: The wider world

Reforming the UK tertiary education system
Philip Augar: A new dispensation for Higher and Further Education
Professor Julia Buckingham: At the heart of the economy
Stella Mbubaegbu: A new age of Further Education

Solving the productivity conundrum
Professor Jennifer Rubin: What tools and levers can we use?
Paul Johnson: Productivity in the aftermath of the financial crisis
Robert Jenrick MP: Improving productivity across the UK

A strategy for the maritime sector
Roger Hargreaves: A place in the front rank
Sarah Kenny: Collaboration is the key to future success
Professor Ed Hill: Drawing in support from the wider economy
Professor Susan Gourvenec: A critical role
Liz English: The benefits of a long-term vision

The future of aviation
Professor Iain Gray: 2050 is just around the corner
Simon Burr: Designing the next generation of aircraft – today
Martin Rolfe: Building smart motorways in the sky

Volume 22, Number 5

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Gavin Costigan: Addressing the complex issues facing society

Reducing carbon emissions
Nick Bridge: Delivering the goals of the Paris Agreement
Professor Qi Ye: Beyond the current climate process
Baroness Bryony Worthington: Moving the process forward
Emma Howard Boyd: Taking practical steps
Professor Nick Robins: The third goal of the Agreement

Tackling the risk of pandemic flu
Professor Chris Whitty: Preparing against a flu pandemic
Dr Andrew Coburn: Examining the impacts on society
Professor Rachel McKendry: The digital component
The National Risk Register of Civil Emergencies

Technology and the law
Sir Geoffrey Vos: Employing technology to improve the delivery of justice
Susan Acland-Hood: Adopting new technology for a modern justice system
Professor Richard Susskind: Upgrading the justice system

Research and development
Looking to the future

Civil society
A vision for the next decade

Volume 22, Number 4

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Dr Dougal Goodman: Making better choices – analysis and evidence in political and business decisions

Industrial strategy and the regions
Greg Clark: The role of place in the Industrial Strategy
Ken Skates: Growing the industrial and science base in Wales
Sir Mark Walport: The power of place
Dr Julia Sutcliffe: Place is key
Katherine Bennett: Linking policy and place

Measuring economic growth
Professor Jonathan Haskel: Improving measures of economic performance
John Pullinger: Let’s be clear about what we are measuring
Tera Allas: A useful indicator of overall prosperity
Clare Lombardelli: A reliable economic measure
Professor John Kay: The strange history of GDP
Professor Martin Weale: Is the rate of change of GDP the best way to measure economic growth?

R&D spending targets
Sir Patrick Vallance: Delivering the Government’s R&D spending target
Chi Onwurah: R&D should be the engine of progress for the UK ecomomy
Dr Chris Haley: Finding the best means of incentivising R&D
Dr David Halpern: A framework for innovation
Rebecca Endean: What might the future look like?

What are universities for?
David Sweeney: Building partnerships and trust
Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell: A force for public good
Lord Willetts: Institutions with a host of roles
Professor Jonathan Grant: Engaging with our stakeholders

Volume 22, Number 3

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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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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

Norman Lamb: The future of social care

The Rt Hon Sir Brian Neill

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