These seminars aim to bring together a diverse range of individuals from the humanities as well as social and natural sciences to discuss the public policy implications of their work and research.
They will take place on Fridays between 1-2pm, during the Lent term. Venue to be confirmed.
Each talk will last 25-30 minutes and will be followed by open discussion.
Speaker: Tom Steinberg, Founder of My Society.
Baking bread without flour: Why Government computing is so broken and how universities can help fix it.
For a full list of seminar in this series please follow the link here.