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Home is where the hydrogen is

We speak to engineer Professor Nigel Brandon FREng as well as fielding your questions and concerns to find out whether you’d let hydrogen into your home.


 2016-06-06  59m

Can our oceans predict climate change?

Discover how the ocean’s tiniest life forms have a big impact on our climate.


 2016-06-06  1h13m

Growing tomorrow’s dinner – should GM be on the table?

We explored whether GM should be one of the options on the table, and what principles should be in place so that the public can have confidence in how they are used.


 2016-06-06  1h17m

Is mental health in our genes?

What makes some people more susceptible to mental health conditions?


 2016-05-16  1h14m

What is the future of innovation support in the UK?

This event will look at the current scope of support for innovation in the UK and what a coherent strategy for the future should include.


 2016-05-04  1h30m

Banks in the land of ice and fire

Discover how an impromptu expedition changed the future of a country.


 2016-04-26  1h26m

Building a better research system? Supporting excellence in post-Nurse structures

The national Academies are hosting a series of four Policy Lab events considering the landscape for UK research and innovation after the 2015 Spending Review. 


 2016-04-18  1h33m

Gems of Ramanujan and their lasting impact on Mathematics

Public lecture given by Professor Manjul Bhargava, Princeton University and Professor Ken Ono, Emory University.


 2016-04-06  1h21m

Clearing the air: how to tackle air quality and climate change?

PolicyLab asking: what are the options for both improving air quality and mitigating climate change in the UK; and how can the trade-offs be best managed?


 2016-03-24  1h39m

Research at the heart of government; opportunities and challenges

A panel discussion considering whether research and innovation look set to be positioned closer to the heart of government, and the opportunities and challenges this could present.


 2016-03-23  1h28m