Join CaSE today to support our work as the leading independent advocate for science and engineering in the UK. By joining CaSE as an organisational member, you will become part of a dedicated organisation, working to ensure that the UK has world-leading research and education, skilled scientists and engineers, and innovative businesses. CaSE is a lean and effective organisation and we rely on our members to ensure we can continue to campaign on behalf of the sector.

Annual subscription fees for organisations range from a minimum of £1,000 to £6,000 based on a tiered pricing structure.

To join CaSE, or to find out more, please contact Sharleni, CaSE’s Membership Manager.

As a member, you will have:

  • Opportunities to influence our message through member consultations, surveys, discussion events and individual meetings. CaSE members provide invaluable input and insight that helps to inform our policy outputs and messaging.
  • Unique access to information and networks through email updates, reports, events and meetings
  • A chance to partner with us on relevant work such as co-authoring reports, sponsoring or hosting events, or providing interns or secondees to work on specific reports
  • Priority booking at events – members are able to benefit from priority booking at all our events including Annual lectures and lively cross-party debates, all providing great networking opportunities.

Our work

Analysis – CaSE’s reputation is built on almost 30 years’ experience of delivering independent and authoritative analysis. Our robust evidence is relied upon by senior politicians and civil servants as the definitive voice for the science and engineering community. For example, research commissioned by CaSE on the Economic Significance of the UK Science Base was reference by the Chancellor in the 2014 Autumn Statement as evidence of the value of public investment in science. Find out more about our work.

Political and media engagement – we regularly meet with MPs, peers, ministers and officials to convey the findings of our work and the views of our members and, in the longer-term, to build champions for science and engineering within Parliament. We report insights gained at these meetings to our members. We are also seen by journalists as a nimble source of expert opinion and comment. Find our latest activity in News & Media.