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Here’s how 1 million scientists and 100 million hours could revolutionize policy-making

Mobilizing scientists and forging relationships between the scientific community and policy-makers will be key in building resilience to, and preventing, future global crises. Image: REUTERS

Ruth Morgan

Professor of Crime and Forensic Sciences, University College London (UCL)

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