In the run up to the 2017 General Election, CaSE is seeking to raise the political profile of science as an election issue. Our work includes writing to the leaders of political parties and publishing their responses, making recommendations for parties to adopt if elected, and analysing key commitments from each party from their letters and manifestos.
15 May 2017
In a new briefing ahead of the 2017 General Election, CaSE sets the benefits of science and engineering and describes what a thriving environment for research and innovation would look like.
10 May 2017
CaSE Director Dr Sarah Main on the importance this election holds for the future of UK science and engineering
09 May 2017
In the run up to the 2017 General Election, CaSE has written to the leaders of all the political parties, inviting them to set out their party's policies on science and engineering.