Lord Martin Rees and Prof Sir Charles Godfray in conversation: “Thinking again about the future and prospects for humanity”
28th January 2021: 5:00pm
In his 2018 book, On the Future, Martin Rees argued that humanity has reached a critical moment.
Prof Sir Paul Collier, John Kay & Prof Sir Charles Godfray in conversation: "Greed is dead: politics after individualism"
4th February 2021: 5:00pm
Throughout history, successful societies have created institutions which channel both competition and co-operation to achieve complex goals of general benefit.
Prof Dame Sally Davies and Prof Chris Dye in conversation: "The challenge of anti-microbial resistance"
11th February 2021: 5:00pm
Since their widespread deployment in the mid-20th century, effective antibiotics have been at the forefront of medicine saving countless lives.
Fiona Fox, Tom Feilden & Prof Sir Charles Godfray in conversation: “Science communication in times of emergency”
18th February 2021: 5:00pm
The current pandemic has highlighted the critical importance of communicating complex scientific ideas to both policy makers and the general public.
"The stymieing effect of unresolved ethical issues on the conservation of biodiversity" with Prof John Vucetich
24th February 2021: 5:00pm
The conservation of biodiversity is usefully understood to be the maintenance of ecosystem health and restoration of endangered species.
Sir John Armitt & Prof Jim Hall in conversation: "National infrastructure for the recovery and the long term"
25th February 2021: 5:00pm
National infrastructure is central to the UK government’s agenda for Covid-19 recovery, levelling up and achieving net zero carbon emissions.
10th March 2021: 4:00pm
A probiotic turn is underway in various domains of health and environmental management.
10th March 2021: 5:00pm
Although its broad geographical range and charismatic appeal make the leopard one of the most potent mammalian ambassador species, it is experiencing a greater range loss than most other large terrestrial carnivores.