Interest in electric cars dates back as early as the 19th century. In 1884 inventor Thomas Parker developed and used an electric car for his commute in his hometown of Wolverhampton, and in the 1890s in New York electric taxis were …
You’ve heard all about the benefits of Futures, Foresight and Horizon Scanning and you’re ready to get started. But exactly where do you begin? What resources are available and where do you find them? Who can you call to ask …
How the Government Office for Science helped my team to develop the government’s approach to fuller working lives.
Download and use our workshop materials to understand how population ageing will impact your area of interest.
Our working lives are becoming longer as the UK population ages.
I attended a meeting with Sir Mark Walport recently where he said that academics need to work more effectively with government policymakers.
How an evidence ‘safari’ helped us to think about the policy issues facing the ageing Scottish population.
Professor Mike Campbell's new evidence review for Foresight explores why we need to change the type and level of skills in the UK.
Seven facts that explain why housing will be critical for the ageing UK population.
The sea is vital to life on our planet. It produces over half of the oxygen we breathe, absorbs half of carbon put into our atmosphere and regulates our weather.