The Government Office for Science’s (GOS) emerging technologies (EmTech) team is growing, and we’ve developed a whole range of capabilities to tell you about. If you work in EmTech, we want to hear your ideas and explore ways that we can …
‘Global Strategic Trends – The Future Starts Today’ was published on Monday 15 October by the Ministry of Defence’s (MOD) thinktank, the Development, Concept and Doctrine Centre (DCDC). The document provides a strategic context for those involved in long-term policy, …
Novel technology is bringing many opportunities and disruptions which offer possibilities that could change our lives. The Government Office for Science’s Emerging Technology Programme helps government think about how potential new technologies may affect policy choices. Read on to find out about three emerging technologies identified by GOS’ Emerging Technology Scan that could change how we practise medicine in the UK.
How advances in brain science and artificial intelligence could transform our mental health and wellbeing.
We interviewed leaders of the UK’s marine and maritime industries to find out how emerging technology will affect their sectors.
Whilst autonomy in cars currently gets the limelight, there is a big opportunity for the UK in marine autonomy.
How an evidence ‘safari’ helped us to think about the policy issues facing the ageing Scottish population.
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.
The UK is in the midst of significant changes to our population. Foresight recently worked with Policy Lab and Central Saint Martins to investigate how design can help an ageing population.