The power of tertiary education – Nina Pels

News - 29 May, 2018

In March, we convened a two day meeting on maximising the power of tertiary education for global good. We invited two Chevening Scholars, two Commonwealth Scholars and one Marshall Scholar to share their personal reflections and journeys through education.

The power of tertiary education – Nancy Fairbank

News - 22 May, 2018

In March, we convened a two day meeting on maximising the power of tertiary education for global good. We invited two Chevening Scholars, two Commonwealth Scholars and one Marshall Scholar to share their personal reflections and journeys through education.

The power of tertiary education – Nadya Subramaniam

News - 15 May, 2018

In March, we convened a two day meeting on maximising the power of tertiary education for global good. We invited two Chevening Scholars, two Commonwealth Scholars and one Marshall Scholar to share their personal reflections and journeys through education.

The power of tertiary education – Fernanda Acosta

News - 8 May, 2018

In March, we convened a two day meeting on maximising the power of tertiary education for global good. We invited two Chevening Scholars, two Commonwealth Scholars and one Marshall Scholar to share their personal reflections and journeys through education. Fernanda Acosta writes:

The power of tertiary education – Eunice Rukondo

News - 30 April, 2018

In March, we convened a two day meeting on maximising the power of tertiary education for global good. We invited two Chevening Scholars, two Commonwealth Scholars and one Marshall Scholar to share their personal reflections and journeys through education. Eunice Rukondo writes:

Putting science and diplomacy under the microscope: Wilton Park at New Scientist Live (WP1509)

News - 19 September, 2016

What do scientists need to think about when giving foreign policy advice? How can diplomats promote risky innovation overseas? These are just two of the questions our expert panel will interrogate and debate at our panel discussion, broadcast live through our Facebook page from the Technology Stage at New Scientist Live on Thursday 22 September.

The Big Bang and the interfaces of knowledge

News - 15 July, 2014

In partnership with CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research and with support from the Sir Halley Stewart Trust, Wilton Park conducted ‘The Big Bang and the interfaces of knowledge: towards a common understanding of Truth?’. A sequel to our pioneering international conference ‘The Big Bang and the Interfaces of Knowledge: towards a common language?’ […]

In the midst of history in South Africa

News - 11 December, 2013

A conference on scaling up the ‘treatment as prevention’ model of combatting HIV and AIDS took us to Cape Town during an historic period for South Africa. Scaling up HIV/AIDS treatment as prevention: Southern Africa and beyond Wednesday 11 – Friday 15 December (WP1254) We convened a meeting in Cape Town mid December to discuss […]

Sir Mark Walport’s speech from our Dual use biology conference

News - 19 September, 2013

On Sunday 15 September, Sir Mark Walport, Chief Scientific Adviser to HM Government at the Government Office for Science, made a keynote speech at our conference. You can read a copy of his speech below. Dual use biology: how to balance open science with security Sunday 15 – Wednesday 18 September 2013 (WP1260) “Thank you for […]

The Big Bang is published on iBooks

News - 11 September, 2013

Following on from our report on last autumn’s conference, we have published our first ever eBook expanding on the discussions that took place in Nyon. The Big Bang and the interfaces of knowledge: towards a common language? Monday 15 – Wednesday 17 October 2012 (WP1180) Since the meeting, our conference rapporteur, Adrian Brown, has taken the […]