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: The Non-Resident's Evil

Thomas O’Brien and John Stelling
Antibiotic resistance is poised to be one of the biggest public health challenges of our time, and some experts suggest implementing a global antibiot...

ISGP Podcast: Tinker Tailor Climate Spy

Dr. Rod Schoonover
You think changing weather/climate conditions don't matter much to you?  Check out the affects on U.S. national security.  The co-hosts of the ISGP'...

ISGP Podcast: Access Denied

Dr. Michael Robidoux
  The indigenous people of northern Canada are suffering from food access challenges, leading to both poor diets and poor health outcomes.  T...

ISGP Podcast: No Debate: Vaccinate

Dr. David Markovitz
The WHO estimates that immunization currently averts 2.5 million deaths every year in all age groups from diseases that once crippled and killed milli...

ISGP Podcast: (500) Days of Drought

Elaine Wheaton
How can we prevent global temperature increases that exacerbate drought and threaten water security? We're going to need more than smart water managem...

ISGP Podcast: Going Viral

Dr. Robert Gallo
While modern society has generally responded well when new disease threats have emerged, HIV/AIDS remains a persistent public health challenge. In the...

ISGP Podcast: Of Peas and Perennials

Dr. Lee DeHaan
Perennial crops can be used to produce food while providing ecosystem services, but many wonder whether they can compete with biofuel development. Per...

ISGP Podcast: Honey, I Shrunk the Food Tech

Cecelia Bartolucci
Nanotechnology and personalized nutrition are two proposed solutions to food security challenges, but what's getting in the way of their widespread im...