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Science in Emergencies
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Talk open to All - Registration required for reception
This presentation explores the key issues raised by the House of Commons Science and Technology Select Committee’s recent report into the use of scientific advice during emergencies.
The report covers the swine flu epidemic of 2009/10 and the volcanic ash episode of 2010, as well as looking forward at possible space weather events and cyber attacks.
The talk will be followed by a reception. For registration and more information, please click here
This talk is part of the Cambridge University Science and Policy Exchange (CUSPE) series.
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