The Centre for Science, Technology and Innovation Policy has established a Policy Seminar Series to bring together experts from academia, research institutes, think tanks, and policy to stimulate discussion and debate around key topical issues in areas related to our research activity.


Key current policy areas of interest include:

  • Industrial, manufacturing and innovation policies
  • Emerging technologies-related policies and scale-up challenges
  • Higher education knowledge exchange policies and challenges
  • Innovation policies relating to standardisation


Upcoming events


05 March 2018


The ‘Lightness’ of Industry 4.0 Lead Firms: Implications for global value chains

Lukas Brun

Visiting Associate Professor in the Markets and Management Program at Duke University and a Senior Research Analyst at the Duke Global Value Chains (GVC) Center


16.30 - 18.00, Seminar Room 1, IfM, Cambridge


This event is free and no booking required. 




Date: TBC (New date will be confirmed soon)


Manufacturing matters — The myth of the post-industrial knowledge economy 

Dr Ha-Joon Chang

Director, Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge


17.00 - 18.30, IfM, Cambridge


To book your place, register online: http://bit.ly/2ChiraI

Note: This event has been postponed and a new date will be confirmed soon.





For further information about CSTI events, contact csti-admin@eng.cam.ac.uk



The CSTI Policy Seminar series is organised and hosted by the Centre for Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, which is generously supported by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation.





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