INGSA provides the forum for policy makers, practitioners, national academies, scientific societies, and researchers to share experience, build capacities, and develop theoretical and practical approaches to the use of scientific evidence in informing policy at all levels of government.
Proactive, cosmopolitan and open, the European Union is filling a leadership void on the global stage, argue James Wilsdon and Sarah de Rijcke.
Originally Published in Nature: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-01568-x
Last month, in their … READ MORE
Deadline for submission: 31st May 2019
INGSA-Latin America is calling for submission of essays on the state of science advice to governments in Latin American and Caribbean countries.
This competition is open … READ MORE
Deadline for application: 19th April 2019
This INGSA Asia Grassroots Science Advice Promotion Awards is an opportunity for INGSA Asia workshop alumni to share their newly-gained insights on science advice to … READ MORE
Prof James Wilsdon and George Asiamah
James Wilsdon, professor of research policy, University of Sheffield, Associate Director of the Grantham Centre, and vice-chair of INGSA: An introduction to INGSA
Evidence has never been … READ MORE
A year after the UN abolished its science advisory board, researchers need a route to feed into its policymaking, says Peter Gluckman.
Science most obviously appears on the global agenda in … READ MORE
The INGSA Knowledge Hub at the University of Sheffield are carrying out academic research into the professional communities involved in promoting and using evidence in policy-making. In this project, we will examine … READ MORE
INGSA Chair, Sir Peter Gluckman, has been named the President-elect of the newly formed International Science Council (ISC) and will take up the role in 2021.
South African mathematician, Prof Daya … READ MORE