Category Archives: Science Policy

The Oval, Hull, ExCel and CERN

Talking about particle physics is very audience-dependent A couple of weeks ago I gave a talk – “Scientific Section Presidential Address“, in fact – at the British Science Festival in Hull. I’ve just been sent links to a write-up (in … Continue reading

Posted in Politics, Science, Science Policy, Travel | Tagged , , , , , ,

Horizon 2020 funding if there’s no Brexit deal

This went up on the government webpages yesterday: Horizon 2020 funding if there’s no Brexit deal. In a way it is comforting that someone in government thinks enough of scientific research to even mention it in the current Mayhem. The restatement … Continue reading

Posted in Politics, Science Policy | Tagged , ,

UK invests £65M in Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment in US

At the Guardian.  

Posted in Particle Physics, Physics, Politics, Science, Science Policy | Tagged , ,

Why I marched for science

At the Guardian. Some speeches and interviews, including one with me, are available at the Cosmic Shambles network.

Posted in Politics, Science Policy | Tagged , ,