A summary of CaSE's event with Sir John Kingman and CaSE members on UKRI leadership & governance
Catch up on all the action from CaSE's 30th anniversary event, featuring Professor Brian Cox and the Science Minister Jo Johnson.
CaSE Chair Professor Graeme Reid chaired a series of events hosted by the four National Academies at the 2016 Labour, Conservative and SNP party conferences, titled ‘Open for business: a nation of global researchers, innovators and industrialists’.
Naomi Weir reflects on Science in Stormont 2016 which this year focused on Antimicrobial Resistance
CaSE Director Dr Sarah Main on the launch of the MOD's new defence innovation initiative.
CaSE Board Chair, Professor Graeme Reid, reflects on the new Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Ministerial team, after attending a stakeholder event.
Last week, CaSE convened a workshop on the Higher Education & Research Bill attended by around 40 people from CaSE member organisations and collaborators across academia, industry, charities and learned/professional bodies.
BIS held an event to raise awareness of their intent to improve the diversity of STEM public appointments. Naomi Weir asks, 'Could you be involved in strategic leadership in science & engineering?'
Read a summary of the cross party science debate in the Scottish Parliament by Simon Jennings, Director of Strategy & Policy at the University of Strathclyde and Board member.
CaSE and University Alliance organised a roundtable discussion to inform the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee and its inquiry into digital skills.
Catch up on the discussion from the Parliamentary launch of CaSE's report, Immigration: Keeping the UK at the heart of global science and engineering.
Catch up on the the CaSE Annual Lecture given by Jo Johnson MP, Universities and Science Minister, to a packed Faraday Lecture Theatre at the Royal Institution
Andy Westwood, Associate Vice President of Public Affairs at the University of Manchester, discusses CaSE's seminar at Manchester's Policy Week