Science and engineering intersect with Government and Parliamentary business in the day-to-day process of policy making and scrutiny, and in the responsive expert advice to inform action in emergencies. Science and engineering also impact on the work of every government department, from climate change, transport infrastructure and future cities, to education, national security and meeting the challenges of an ageing population.
CaSE wants to see an increasingly evidence-informed approach to policy making in the UK so that expertise, evidence and knowledge can be used towards making policies smarter and, ultimately, lives better.
20 June 2017
CaSE has published a two page briefing, setting out the current UK Government advice structures and recommendations on how to improve them.
13 June 2017
Arthur Petersen, Professor of Science, Technology & Public Policy at UCL reflects on building in-house capacity for dealing with uncertain evidence.
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.
23 May 2017
Director Dr Sarah Main summarises CaSE's work over recent weeks in seeking clarity on purdah guidelines