Research and Publications
Our independent and reliable research addresses issues raised by space activities and terrestrial activities that are affected by them.
- Satellite communications and remote sensing
- Scientific research
- Export control
- Intellectual property
- Limitations and applications
- Current needs
- Future Challenges
ISPL draws on academic, government and commercial sources, as well as our own worldwide experts, to provide authoritative analysis of recent or proposed policy directions and regulatory changes, focusing on specific operators or the sector generally. Some of our research and publications can be seen online.
Commercial and government organisations may commission legal and policy analysis relating to specific projects.
VISITING SCHOLARS AND RESEARCHERS
ISPL hosts visiting scholars and visiting researchers with an interest in space policy and law. Please see our Visiting Researchers page for more information.
ISPL AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS IN OUR ONLINE LIBRARY
It is the aim of the London Institute of Space Policy and Law to advance education and research, nationally and internationally, and to promote and disseminate knowledge about the policies and laws applicable to the governance, use and exploration of outer space, for the benefit of the public.
We welcome suggestions for inclusion in the online library, and submissions of documents by their authors and publishers.