Case Studies 
Roundtable Discussion: Building Resilience in the UK’s Electromagnetic Environment

T. Riley-Smith

ARISC provided the framework or context within which this event could flourish. This is underpinned by a set of values and processes, around addressing wicked problems through building a diverse network of stakeholders and subject-matter experts to generate quality-assured insights and recommendations designed to further public good.

Steinmann, F. & Riley-Smith, T. (2024). Summary Report – Roundtable Discussion: Building Resilience in the UK’s Electromagnetic Environment. Building resilience in the UK’s electromagnetic environment – Networks of evidence and expertise for public policy (

Future Biodetection Technologies Hub

I. Johnston

After contacts being made through NSEC a research proposal  was submitted to Research England’s Expanding Excellence in England call, to develop the Future Biodetection Technologies Hub at the University of Hertfordshire, in collaboration with Cranfield University, The University of Leeds and The University of Manchester has been funded.

The collaborative team hope to develop new technologies to address real-world applications impacting human, animal and plant health, as well as to develop instrumentation that enhances our understanding of atmospheric processes associated with climate change and its impacts.,-airborne-pathogens