James Wilsdon

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"James Wilsdon is Director of the Science Policy Centre at the Royal Society. "From 1997 to 2001, he was Senior Policy Adviser at the sustainability charity Forum for the Future... He is also an Honorary Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Studies at Lancaster University, a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts, a Trustee of People and Planet, and a member of the RCUK Advisory Panel on Public Engagement with Research... "His publications include: The Atlas of Ideas: How Asian innovation can benefit us all (with C Leadbeater), Demos, 2007; China: the next science superpower? (with J Keeley), Demos, 2007; The new geography of science: UK research and international collaboration (with J Adams), Evidence Ltd., 2006; Governing at the nanoscale: people, policies and emerging technologies (with M Kearnes and P Macnaghten), Demos, 2006; Better Humans? The politics of human enhancement and life extension (edited with P Miller), Demos, 2006; The Future of Technology Assessment (with M Rodemeyer & D Sarewitz) Woodrow Wilson Centre, Washington DC, 2005; The Public Value of Science: or how to ensure that science really matters (with B Wynne and J Stilgoe), Demos, 2005; See-through Science: why public engagement needs to move upstream (with R Willis), Demos, 2004; Masters of the Universe: science, politics and the new space race (Demos, 2004); Digital Futures : living in a networked world, (Earthscan, 2001)."[1]


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  1. royalsociety James Wilsdon, organizational web page, accessed April 15, 2012.