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Lights, Camera, Policy

Three scholars explore how research is used in the world of policy. From very different disciplinary approaches, Laura, Lydia and Linda meet with officials from the Scottish Government, Scottish Parliament and the Clyde Gateway Urban Regeneration Company to find out how their research might be used. 

Laura Roe, a doctoral candidate in Social Anthropology at the University of St Andrews meets with the Scottish Government’s Chief Social Researcher. 

Laura Roe, Doctoral Candidate - University of Saint Andrews

Lydia Niemi, a doctoral candidate in analytical chemistry at the University of the Highlands and Islands discusses her work with officials from the Scottish Parliament. 

Lydia Niemi, Doctoral Candidate - University of the Highlands and Islands

Dr Linda Christie, a public policy postdoc at the University of Glasgow discusses the role of research in reshaping a city with officials from Clyde Gateway and the Scottish Government. 

Dr Linda Christie, post-doctoral researcher - University of Scotland