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- NEW: Sir Peter Gluckman – Remarks to the Multi-Stakeholder Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals, New York May 2017
- NEW: International Council for Science interview with Daniel Sarewitz: What is the role of science in a post-normal world? – Johannes Mengel, October 2016
- NEW: Science: Conference navigates gap between science and government – Michaela Jarvis, 28 October 2016
- NEW: Interview with Sir Peter Gluckman in Research Europe: Opening Up – Craig Nicholson, 6 October 2016, page 6
- NEW: Science/Business: Scientists and politicians: we need to learn how to talk to each other – Eanna Kelly, 4 October 2016
- Editorial in Science: The science-policy interface – Sir Peter Gluckman, 2 September 2016
- Comment from Canadian Science Policy Centre: The Chief Science Officer’s Roles Within Government – Ted Hsu, 29 March 2016
- Comment in Nature Climate Change: Policy assessments to enhance EU scientific advice – Dr Martin Kowarsch, 9 November 2015
- Editorial in Science: Australia needs a Science Strategy – Professor Ian Chubb, Chief Scientist Australia, 29 August 2014
- Comment in Nature: The art of science advice to government – Sir Peter Gluckman, Chief Science Advisor NZ, 13 March 2014
- Comment in Nature: Twenty tips for interpreting scientific claims – William Sutherland, David Speigelhalter and Mark Burgman, November 2013
- Comment in Nature: Science Policy: Beyond the Great and the Good – Robert Doubleday and James Wilsdon
- Canada-based newsletter on research and development, science and technology, innovation and knowledge-based economic development (subscription required) : Re$earch Money – Mark Henderson, Managing Editor
- Science Advice to Governments – 2014 conference blog (archives)
- Road to Paris – ICSU. An editorially independent blog about what is new and under-reported in the field of climate change, disaster risk reduction and sustainable development, in the lead up to the 2015 Climate meeting in Paris.
- The Guardian: website on science policy. Includes several articles around the 2014 conference – interviews with speakers and key players.
- The Impact Blog. Based on the book The Impact of the Social Sciences by Bastow et al.