2009 Policy Documents
Policy Documents from 2009
Geoengineering: Challenges and global impacts
01 September 2009 - The Institute of Physics, the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Royal Academy of Engineering held a joint seminar at the House of Commons on 15 July 2009 to explore approaches to managing climate change based on strategic engineering of the environment on a global scale.
Chemical Strategies in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine
09 July 2009 - Tissue engineering uses principles from biology, chemistry, materials science and engineering to develop biological substitutes that can compensate for body functions that have been lost or impaired as a result of ageing, disease or accident
International Review of Chemistry 2009
01 July 2009 - The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council undertook an international review to benchmark the strength of UK chemistry with world competitors and to highlight any gaps or missed opportunities.
Space: exploration and exploitation in a modern society
20 May 2009 - Report from a joint RSC, IOP, PSC seminar on Space: exploration and exploitation in a modern society.
Putting Science and Engineering at the Heart of Government Policy - supplementary evidence
20 April 2009 - RSC supplementary evidence to the Innovation, Universities, Science and Skills Select Committee on the use of scientific evidence in policy making
UK Expertise for Exploitation of Biomass-Based Platform Chemicals
23 March 2009 - A white paper by The FROPTOP Group reviewing the current level of expertise present in the UK for the production and conversion of biomass based chemicals into products
The Vital Ingredient: Chemical science and engineering for sustainable food
January 2009 - The report considers the impact of the chemical sciences and engineering across the entire food supply chain. It covers primary agriculture, food processing and manufacture, distribution and retail, consumer issues, supply-chain waste and issues surrounding education and skills for the food industry.
Putting Science and Engineering at the Heart of Government Policy
12 January 2009 - The RSC response to the Innovation, Universities, Science and Skills Select Committee on the use of scientific evidence in policy making