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Science in the UK regions


CaSE uses its limited resources to campaign for science and engineering throughout the UK. You can find out more about CaSE's work in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland below.

Devolved Elections 2011

CaSE is currently finalising its plans for the 2011 devolved elections. Our goals for the elections are as follows:

- To engage with Parliamentary Prospective Candidates (PPCs) and the party hierarchy on science and engineering prior to the election
- To get science and engineering policies mentioned in the party manifestoes
- And ultimately, to make science and engineering election issues

Further details of our plans will be avilable on the website and on our blog

Scotland

CaSE welcomed the debate in the Scottish Parliament on the new science strategy in March 2009. CaSE provided a briefing for MSPs and many of our points were raised during the debate.

Read the briefing

In the 2007 elections, we published responses from the party leaders to a series of questions about their science policies

 

Before the elections in 2007, we produced Science Policies for the Scottish Parliament

 

CaSE's response to the 2007 review of Scottish science and innovation policies

 

CaSE is one of the sponsoring organisations of the Science & the Parliament event held in Edinburgh each year.

 

Wales

At the time of the 2007 elections to the National Assembly, we asked the Party Leaders questions about their science policies

 

Before the Welsh elections in 2007, we produced Science Policies for the Welsh Assembly

 

CaSE provided evidence to the First Minister's review of science policy

 

CaSE's gave evidence to the Welsh Assembly's review of science policies.

- written evidence

- subsequent letter

 

CaSE is one of the organisations involved in Science and the Assembly held in Cardiff each year.

 

Northern Ireland

In 2006, we produced an Opinion Forum on science education in Northern Ireland

 

In 2005, we produced a summary of our view of the Future of Science in Northern Ireland