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World Economic Forum Global Future Council Other Knowledge Transfer beyond Academia World Economic Forum 01-NOV-2019
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Overview The World Economic Forum’s Global Future Councils are the world’s foremost interdisciplinary knowledge network dedicated to promoting innovative thinking to shape a sustainable and inclusive future for all. The network convenes more than 700 of the most relevant and knowledgeable thought leaders from academia, government, business and civil society, grouped in expertise-based, thematic councils. It is an invitation-only community, and members are nominated for a one-year period. Mission In a global environment marked by short-term and siloed thinking, the Global Future Councils foster interdisciplinary and long-range approaches. They provide thought leadership on key global challenges, and the impact and governance of emerging technologies through: - Scoping and monitoring trends and developments - Contextualizing global shifts within the main regional or national frameworks - Deepening understanding of the drivers and enablers of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its impact on global systems - Informing the World Economic Forum’s strategic initiatives - Highlighting the implications of these dynamics for decision-makers Members' engagement Members of the network meet each year at the Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and virtually, several times a year. They also develop recommendations and integrate their findings into World Economic Forum activities such as the Annual Meeting in Davos-Klosters and regional and industry events, as well as global decision-making processes.
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P W Allen Award Award Chartered Society for Forensic Sciences 31-OCT-2019
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The PW Allen award is presented to the most meritorious paper published in Science & Justice each year. This award was made for our research: Smit, N. M., Morgan, R. M., Lagnado, D.A. 2018 A systematic analysis of the misleading evidence in unsafe rulings in England and Wales Science and Justice 58: 128-137 Available at: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1355030617301144
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World Economic Forum Young Scientist Other Awards and Recognition World Economic Forum 01-JUL-2019
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The Young Scientists community was created in 2009 to convene rising-star scientists and engage them in the work of the World Economic Forum. The World Economic Forum, committed to improving the state of the world, is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. https://www.weforum.org/communities/young-scientists https://www.weforum.org/press/2019/06/unveiled-the-brightest-young-scientific-minds-in-the-world/
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Most Notable Paper (Anthropology) Honour American Academy of Forensic Sciences FEB-2019
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‘Most noteworthy research article (Anthropology) awarded to ‘‘Cascading bias of initial exposure to information at the crime scene to the subsequent evaluation of skeletal remains’. Journal of Forensic Sciences 63(2): 403-411
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TED Talk Public Engagement TED 22-JAN-2018
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Forensic science is not as infallible as it is assumed to be. In this fascinating talk, Prof Ruth Morgan, the Director of the Centre for Forensic Sciences at University College London, delves into the way forensic evidence can be misread or misinterpreted -- and the consequences it can have in criminal cases. https://youtu.be/xclg8ikPAvI
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24-JAN-2018
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P W Allen Award Award The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences 02-NOV-2017
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The PW Allen award is presented to the most meritorious research paper published in 'Science & Justice', the journal of the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences. The prize is made on the basis of the impact of the work on forensic science, the novelty of the research and the quality of the science. This award was made for our research: Gherghel, S., Morgan, R.M., Blackman, C., Karu, K., Parkin, I. P. (2016) Analysis of transferred fragrance and its forensic implications. Science and Justice 56:413-420 Available at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1355030616300727?via%3Dihub
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Provost's Teaching Award Prize UCL 08-JUN-2015
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Elsevier's top ten cited paper award 2008/9 Award Libertas Academica 01-SEP-2008
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4th most cited paper in Science and Justice 2008/9 awarded to 'Sediment Fingerprints: A forensic technique using quartz sand grains. Science and Justice 46 (2): 107-124'
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31-AUG-2009
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Elsevier's top ten cited paper award 2008/9 Award Elsevier Publishers 01-SEP-2008
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6th most cited paper in Science and Justice 2008/9 awarded to 'The transfer and persistence of trace particulates: Experimental studies using clothing fabrics. Science and Justice. 46(3): 185-195'
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31-AUG-2009
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Member Member Forensic Science Society 01-OCT-2007
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