About Publications

ISGP publications seek to bridge the increasingly critical intersection between scientific and technological understanding, and the major societal issues shaping domestic and international policies.  All publications are made freely available online; most also are available in hard copy at a small charge.

ISGP’s online library includes the 3-page Policy Position Papers written by conference presenters, and Conference Books and Reports that include (i) the policy  papers debated at that conference, (ii)  not-for-attribution summaries of the debates,  (iii) areas of consensus and actionable next steps, and (iv) additional conference information.

The ISGP has produced Strategic Roadmaps for Emerging and Persistent Infectious Diseases (EPID), and for Food Safety, Security, and Defense (FSSD), as well as a variety of White Papers that could turn into conference series.

For further information or to receive copies of the ISGP books, contact Jennifer Boice, jboice@scienceforglobalpolicy.org.

 

Featured publications

ISGP Podcast: Lyme Disease - Part 2


HOT TOPIC: Lyme disease perception and prevention People tend to have an inaccurate perception of their risk of contracting Lyme disease. In Part...

ISGP Podcast: Another One Bites the Mouse


NEW EPISODE! Lyme Disease - How it relates to YOU. Did you know that Lyme disease is so common that sometimes we forget how serious it can be? Fi...

ISGP Podcast: [Block]chain of Fools


HOT TOPIC: Blockchain We've all heard of blockchain technology, but what is it and how does it work? The co-hosts explain the details and discuss...

ISGP Podcast: Standing up for Science


New episode! Scientists are known for making discoveries that change our lives...Should they be known for activism and politics, too? Do scienti...

ISGP Podcast: Harder to Breathe


Air pollution is harmful to human health, but just how much pollution is too much? Which pollutants cause which ailments, and how does an individual...

ISGP Podcast: The [Sun]rise of Solar


The co-hosts outline the basics of solar energy, ranging from solar panel function to interactions between arrays and the larger power grid. How are...

ISGP Podcast: the Case of Cas9


Note: We are doing things a bit differently here on the ISGP Forum. We’re initiating a new series of episodes, our “Hot Topics Series.” We w...

ISGP Podcast: Got Junk [Food]?

Dr. Colin Samson
Native North American populations are suffering from unprecedented rates of long-term chronic disease and poor mental health, largely associated with ...