Below is a list of key moments where the Independent SAGE has debated and provided evidence:

The Independent SAGE’s interim report on schools (22 May)
The Independent SAGE’s press conference following its key recommendations report (12 May)
The Independent SAGE’s press conference following its first committee meeting (4 May)
The Independent SAGE’s first committee meeting (4 May)

Below are some key highlight comments in the first committee meeting from its experts:

Sir David Anthony King
Emeritus Professor in physical chemistry at the University of Cambridge
Dr Zubaida Haque
Deputy Director Runnymede Trust.Commissioner on the Women’s Budget Group Commission on a Gender-Equal Economy and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. 
Professor Susan Michie
Professor of Health Psychology and Director of the Centre for Behaviour Change at University College London
Professor Deenan Pillay
Professor of Virology UCL, former SAGE member
Professor Karl Friston FRS
Computational modeller and neuroscientist at UCL in charge of developing a generative SEIR COVID19 model
Professor Allyson Pollock
Co-director of the Newcastle University Centre for Excellence in Regulatory Science
Professor Christina Pagel
Mathematician and professor of operational research, UCL 
Professor Anthony Costello
Director of the Institute for Global Health
Professor Martin McKee
Professor of European Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Dr Alison Pittard
Dean of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, UK
Professor Kamlesh Khunti
Professor of Primary Care & Diabetes, University of Leicester
Professor Gabriel Scally
President of Epidemiology & Public Health section, Royal Society of Medicine