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- NEW: Article (French and English): Quebec’s Chief Scientist, Rémi Quirion offers 10 tips for making researchers’ voices heard by politicians. Read in FRENCH or ENGLISH
- NEW: Video: Sir Peter Gluckman at the EU Joint Research Centre annual conference, #EU4Facts – The most important advice to researchers who seek to impact policy, Youtube 4:00min
- NEW: Dialogue on Science and Science Policy for the Sustainable Development Goals in the Pacific Small Island Developing States, Introductory Remarks by Professor Sir Peter Gluckman
- NEW: Science Meets Parliament Dr Alan Finkel, Australia’s Chief Scientist
- Perspectives on science advising: what are the skills needed? Professor Sir Peter Gluckman, INGSA chair presents at European Commission JRC workshop on skills for evidence-informed policymaking
- The principles of science advice. Professor Sir Peter Gluckman, INGSA Chair presents at the Ist Arab Leadership Dialogue on Science Advice to Government in Jordan, December 2016.
- Understanding the Challenges and Opportunities at the Science-Policy Interface: domestic and global perspectives. Professor Sir Peter Gluckman, INGSA Chair and Chief Science Advisor to the Prime Minister of New Zealand presents to the Science Policy Forum of the United Nations Environmental Assembly in Kenya, May 2016.
- Science Advice Ecosystem: the role of emerging scientists and young academies. Dr Tolullah Oni, Co-chair South African Young Academy of Science (SAYAS) and Senior Lecturer Public Health at the University of Cape Town presents to the InterAcademy Partnership Conference on Science Advice in South Africa, February 2016.
- Science Advice to Governments: Multiple Modalities, Consistent Principles. Sir Peter Gluckman, INGSA Chair and Chief Science Advisor to the Prime Minister of New Zealand delivers his opening address at the InterAcademy Partnership Conference on Science Advice in South Africa, February 2016.
- Science Advice to Governments 2014 conference – YouTube playlist. Video archive of all keynote and panel addresses.
- Science advice – Wikipedia page. Started by researcher Kim Nicholas and Michelle Kovacevic during Auckland conference. Outlines science advisory systems for a variety of countries.
- The Toolbox Project. A philosophical approach for improving cross-disciplinary communication, it was developed by Michael O’Rourke at Michigan State University and colleagues to help facilitate multidisciplinary collaboration.
- Value Isobars – The Landscape and Isobars of European Values in Relation to Science and New Technology and the Value Atlas prototype. Led by Matthias Keiser, University of Bergen, Norway. The Value Isobars project has worked out a blue print for a more value based and value informed governance approach to science and technology (S&T). The Value Atlas prototype proposes that central EU policymakers should routinely be informed by the European value landscape in relation to S&T.
- Bundesinstitut für Risikobewertung (BfR: Federal Institute for Risk Assessment). German model demonstrates greater levels of risk assessment.
- European Food Safety Authority: EFSA initiative on Openness and Transparency
- European Academies Science Advisory Council: EASAC Guidelines: Good Practice in the Dialogue between Science Academies and Policy Communities (2012)
- European Parliament: Briefing note on scientific advice for policy-makers (2015)