Narrative Evidence for Science & Technology Advantage through linking Research and Policy

  • Tasker, Alex (Principal Investigator)
  • Dillon, Sarah (Principal Investigator)
  • Craig, Claire (Principal Investigator)

Project Details


The project’s aim is to demonstrate how narrative evidence gathered as
part of storylistening can be used to inform policy decision-making. The specific
challenge identified by the principal policy “client”, the Government Office for Science, is: “How can the government better use narrative evidence to manage uncertainties in policy areas to advance the UK’s Science and Technology Strategic Advantage?”

The project’s approach is to bring together academics and practitioners to develop a principal case study focusing on the policy questions and evidence surrounding potential future uses of space. For the final report, these findings will be complemented by case studies in three other areas: nuclear weapons, AI and climate change.
Alternative titleStorylistening
Effective start/end date5/09/2227/10/23


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