The science base is as strong as the people in it. Through our work we aim to ensure the UK is able to attract, train and retain people, from all backgrounds, into its research companies, charities, universities and schools. To do this our work focuses on areas of policy and funding that impact on the skills base for science and engineering in the UK, from primary education through to further & higher education, diversity and immigration.
19 July 2017
The stereotypes and social pressures that restrict young people’s subject and career choices are numerous and start from a young age, says Charlotte Govan, Project Officer with the Improving Gender Balance Scotland team at the Institute of Physics.
06 July 2017
Getting to grips with Britain’s shortage of technical skills has never been more important.
09 June 2017
CaSE sets out our vision and calls on Government to use its levers to cultivate an environment in which science & engineering will thrive.
16 May 2017
Naomi Weir reflects on the process and changes made in going from Review to Act of new HE and research legislation