INGSA provides a forum for policy makers, practitioners, academies, and academics to share experience, build capacity and develop theoretical and practical approaches to the use of scientific evidence in informing policy at all levels of government.
Ehsan Masood and INGSA co-Chair, Prof James Wilsdon on The Guardian:
The deferred promise of Islamic-world science
“Ten years ago, there was excitement about the prospects for science and innovation across the … READ MORE
In an interview with www.researchresearch.com, INGSA Chair, Sir Peter Gluckman, talks about the recommendations within the new draft INGSA Manifesto for 2030 – Scientific Advice for the Global Goals.
“National science … READ MORE
INGSA at the World Science Forum, Jordan 2017
The programme has been released for the 2017 World Science Forum, to be held 7-11 November 2017 at the King Hussein Bin Talal … READ MORE
10 tips for making researchers’ voices heard by politicians – Quebec’s chief scientist read more READ MORE
Applications now open for 2018 INGSA Research Associate Grants!
INGSA is proud to announce that in 2018 it will be offering six professional development and research grants to support early-to-mid career … READ MORE
INGSA Chair, Sir Peter Gluckman chats at the EU Science Hub – Joint Research Centre annual conference #EU4Facts: The most important advice to researchers who seek to impact policy.
Courtesy of the … READ MORE
Check out the slick new video from the Science Advice forum that INGSA was a part of in April!
Science Advice in Denmark in the Nordic Countries from Open Media Lab … READ MORE
Sam Lane is a Research Assistant at UCL City Leadership Lab. You can follow on Sam on Twitter: @SamKeithLane
Urban policy seldom exists, at least under that title. Many regard urban policy … READ MORE
This blog is a reflection on a Panel Discussion that occurred 10th May 2017 at the Association Francophone Pour Le Savoir (ACFAS) 2017 Congress in Montreal, Canada.
Written by: Tina Gruosso
Adapted by: Mary-Rose … READ MORE
Capacities for dealing with complex and uncertain evidence
Recently the Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) published a guest blog from Prof Arthur Petersen, Professor of Science, Technology & Public Policy at … READ MORE