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July 29, 2022
Carbon capture and storage: time for a change
Personal comments by Jon Gibbins, Professor of Carbon Capture and Storage, University of Sheffield and Director, UK CCS Research Centre, on the need for change.
July 21, 2022
Innovation in the Food Supply Chain Roundtable 2 – Unlocking the potential of R&D and building implementation pathways for growth
While there is a broad consensus that the UK needs to improve the efficiency of its food system – and that the implementation of novel technologies in farming practices and across the food system is the most efficient route – it is unclear how to make this happen. While the UK is a global R&D power, too often new advances have not made it far enough along the innovation pathway to be implemented in commercial practices in the UK.
July 21, 2022
International approaches to carbon management
Carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) and carbon removals are important technologies for the decarbonisation of the energy sector in the long-term.
July 5, 2022
Social care transformation and technology: accelerating digital progress
On 22nd June 2022, Public Policy Projects (PPP) hosted a roundtable entitled A Care System for the Future: Digital Opportunities and the Arrival of Caretech. The discussion saw PPP's Social Care Network explore some of the challenges around digitising and integrating care, as well as the roles of government and the social care sector in facilitating the transformation towards a technology-driven, but person-led, social care system.   
June 24, 2022
Roundtable 1: Innovation in the Food Supply Chain – Do we need an AgriTech strategy?
The introduction of a gene-editing bill to parliament on 25th May marked a monumental step in the post-Brexit era. Since 2018, it has been nearly impossible to grow gene-edited food in the EU at a commercial scale. However, now free to make its own regulations, the UK is seizing the chance to unlock its significant R&D infrastructure and reap the security and nutritional benefits of gene-editing.
June 23, 2022
A broken agrifood system
Agrifood encompasses the entire food supply chain, from agriculture production to food consumption. Every human is a stakeholder in the agrifood system and supply chain, as they are all elements of the natural environment.
May 31, 2022
How Iceland is leading the world on carbon capture and storage
Despite its size, Iceland has emerged as a pioneer of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies. As part of the Pathway to COP programme, the World Economic Series (WES) hosted by PPP and Diplomat Magazine explored how Iceland’s experience can inform other countries seeking to develop carbon management strategies – and how they can further collaborate in their efforts.
May 26, 2022
Overcoming the hurdles to gene and cell therapy for all
With the advanced therapy and medicinal product (ATMP) landscape looking positive, Public Policy Projects are exploring the challenges to gene and cell therapy adoption and how the UK can build upon its successes in the post-pandemic environment.
May 3, 2022
The long road to the first complete human genome
With the Telomere2Telomere Consortium’s publishing the first complete human genome, research into telomeres and genomic sequencing could have profound impacts on healthcare around the globe.
April 12, 2022
World Health Day: Unifying body, mind, and planet
World Health Day 2022 reflects on another year of grappling loss from the pandemic, observing an increasingly polluted planet, and witnessing the uninvited increase in disease prevalence.
March 15, 2022
Can the life sciences sector help “level up” the UK?
At Conservative Party Conference 2021, Public Policy Projects brought together stakeholders to discuss the increasingly important role of UK life sciences in the government's leveling up agenda.
January 20, 2022
The Northern Ireland Protocol: Views from Dublin and London
As debate over the Northern Ireland Protocol continues, the World Economic Series’ most recent event at the Mansion House, presented by Public Policy Projects (PPP) and Diplomat Magazine, offered a rare opportunity for representatives of both the UK and Ireland to clarify their respective positions and perspectives.
January 20, 2022
Alastair Kent OBE and Dr Shehla Mohammed to co-chair Rare Disease Program
Public Policy Projects (PPP) is delighted to announce the launching of its 2022 Rare Disease program, co-chaired by Alastair Kent OBE, independent patient advocate, and Dr Shehla Mohammed, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust; supported by Cognitant.
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