What we are up to 2019-10-05T17:39:07+00:00

What we are up to

We are currently developing and supporting dialogue projects on rapidly emerging areas of science and technology, such as autonomous vehicles, the use of data and genomic medicine.

Find out more about these projects below.

Public Dialogue on Location Data

The Geospatial Commission  have partnered with the Ada Lovelace Institute and Traverse to carry out a Sciencewise-supported public dialogue on the ethics of location [...]

2020 Sciencewise Review published

Sciencewise is the UK’s exemplar programme for developing robust, qualitative evidence about the public’s views on policy involving science and technology. That hasn’t changed since [...]

Engaging citizens in the future of mobility

On 24th July, Sciencewise brought together policy makers, researchers and NGOs working on the future of mobility to explore where citizen voices would add [...]

Why Public Dialogue now – in a time of Covid-19

In early July we ran a webinar for policy makers to discuss why despite the challenges of Covid-19, government departments should be considering and [...]

National Food Strategy public dialogue launched

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, NFS is working with Sciencewise, UKRI and the contractor, Hopkins Van Mil, to run some online engagement activities [...]

CDEI report on online targeting published

The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation, with support from Sciencewise, has completed a dialogue which explored public attitudes towards online targeting. The dialogue [...]

Connected and Automated Vehicles Report Published

The Department for Transport, with support from Sciencewise, has just completed a dialogue exploring public views and aspirations around Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV). [...]

Public attitudes to online targeting

The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI) is beginning a dialogue, with support from Sciencewise, to explore public understanding, perceptions of and attitudes [...]

Public attitudes on clean growth

Around the world, a growing number of people consider climate change to be one of the greatest global threats their countries face (Poushter & Huang, [...]

Genomic medicine public dialogue report published

A Genomics England public dialogue, co-funded by Sciencewise, has published its final report. The dialogue explored public aspirations, concerns, and expectations about the development of [...]