• The Internet of Things (IoT) – digitally tracking the physical world
• Is Sciencewise just involved in science and technology policy?
• New project: Public dialogue to understand public perceptions of nanotechnologies
• Antimicrobial resistance - a catastrophic threat
• Communicating risk dialogue update
• Space weather dialogue
• 10 commandments for public dialogue events
• Just because we can do it, does that mean we should? The ethical use of data dilemma
• What are the costs of dialogue?
• Creating policy through a Wellbeing lens
• Space weather dialogue
• Sciencewise recognition in the inaugural Open Government Awards
• Developing joint Rothamsted-public principles on working with Industry
• Significant Water Management Issues - prioritising our water needs
• Bioenergy - the answer to reducing fossil fuels?
• Developing stratified medicine - treatment made-to-measure
• 'Engaging the public for better policy' webinar series – Register for November’s webinars
• ‘Is the public’s perception of some aspects of science down to a lack of scientific understanding/learning?'
• The best of Sciencewise's research highlights from 10 years thought leadership
• Public involvement in regulation
• When public dialogue is a bad idea
• Call for new projects
• Webinar series: Engaging the public for better policy (October 2014 - January 2015)
• 'Engaging the public for better policy' - workshop follow-up
• Data, policy and public links
• Leap Seconds – Should we keep on adding these?
• Bovine TB animation video
• ‘Best of Sciencewise's thought leadership’ webinar
• Dealing with public dialogue change in the future
• Sciencewise independent evaluation
• Environment Agency – learnings from public dialogue
• Lessons learned from the CCC public dialogue project
• Openness in animal research case study
• 'The best of Sciencewise's research’ webinar - Monday 8 September, 1pm – 2pm
• What kind of research should be supported by government?
• Making the impossible possible
• Tackling flood risk deliberatively
• Regenerative medicine – the key to prolonged life?
• Longitude Prize 2014 dialogue report
• Sciencewise at Civil Service Live 2014
• 'Big brother is watching you.' – public views on ‘Big Data’
• Changing hats: How deliberation impacts citizens
• Public Futures: Using public dialogue to develop policy options on emerging, cross-cutting issues
• Talking to the public adds value again - See findings from HRA Patient and Public dialogue
• Protecting the air we breathe
• Open Policy Making and public dialogue, 5 June 2014, 14:00-17:00
• Engaging the public in policy making: managing conflict, improving evidence and enhancing innovation, 18 June, 9:30-11:30
• Videos and slides from February’s Sciencewise open policy meeting
• Webinar presentation on responsive research in dialogue
• Public views on mitochondrial replacement techniques
• Safeguarding future ecosystems
• Energy storage in the UK – a three-pronged challenge
• Science Communication Conference 2014
• Confessions of a Citizen Group member
• Sciencewise informed HFEA advice to Government
• The right treatment at the right time
• Horizon scanning – a public input into Government thinking
• Making responsive research matter: global innovation, local priorities
• The role of social media in informing public policy
• Digest feedback form: There’s still time to tell us what you think
• What are the important cross-cutting policy issues for dialogue?
• The role of social media in public dialogue and policy
• Bioenergy – the key to future energy security?
• Water, water everywhere – but will there be any to drink?
• Open policy making and public dialogue: what are they, how do they work and can they work for me?
• Digest feedback form: Tell us how we’re doing!
• The view from the Agri-tech Strategy Unit
• Why bigger is not always better
• Contribute to Engage 2020 survey
• Specific v. general
• Embedding wellbeing science in Government decision-making
• Webinar: Responsive research and public dialogue in a global context
• Morals and values in policy debates
• Open data – striking the right balance in policy
• Energy and its storage - webinar
• New public dialogue: UK National Ecosystem Assessment
• UK action on climate change
• Video highlights from November’s CoP brown bag lunch
• 'Crowdsourcing’ explores new dialogue issues
• Digital engagement – getting the balance right
• Can research be responsive to public needs and priorities?
• English beef on the menu
• Shining a spotlight on agricultural research
• Community of Practice brown bag lunch – 21 November, midday to 2.30pm
• BIS shines spotlight on public views
• Policy matters
• Space Weather – a new hazard?
• Major innovation prize gets an anniversary facelift
• Scotland’s seas provide a ‘first’ for Scottish dialogue
• In at the deep end at the British Science Festival
• Animal research – unacceptable or a necessary evil?
• The Leap Seconds debate – a 13-year stalemate…
• Is the future of our water supply secure?
• Does ‘climate change’ mean the same thing to everyone?
• Community of Practice meeting - adapting to civil service reform
• What price energy?
• Public dialogue – what works?
• Hopes and fears at Civil Service Live
• What is nature worth and who should pay for it?
• Patients, the public and health research – a tricky balancing act
• How are we going to feed the masses?
• Let there be light
• The commercial application of space
• Public dialogue – what really works?
• Crowdsourcing our thinking
• Improving policy – free access to latest thinking
• Citizens and Publics
• Public views on advanced materials: nanomaterials and graphene
• Robotics – What do the public think?
• In the Goldfish Bowl: science and technology dialogues in a digital world
• Farming for the Future?
• New toolkit gives 'hands on' experience of dialogue
• The power of ‘why?’ - How acting like a nagging child can be a good thing
• Interview with Alan Irwin
• Why dialogue needs to look to the long-term
• Impacts of public dialogue
• Dialogue on outputs from a workshop on ‘Science, Policy-making and Public Dialogue: New and Emerging Issues in the UK’
• Dialogue LIVE! at the 2013 Science Communication Conference
• Interview with Dr. Sergio Bellucci (Part 1)
• Generating growth and debate
• Which Publics? When – Part II When should dialogue take place?