CaSE analysis of this year’s A-level results.
CaSE responds to A-level results out today, highlighting the urgent need for addressing teacher shortages for future success
Using evidence well isn't a 'nice to have' but is essential to good policy making. We're working to move from theory into practice.
CaSE are delighted to welcome the IES as new organisational members of CaSE
Charlotte Govan, at the Institute of Physics, looks at stereotypes, social pressures and subject choices
Professor Sir John Tooke reflects on the Academy of Medical Sciences’ latest policy report on the use of scientific evidence, which he chaired.
In a series of briefings, the Royal Society of Edinburgh argues that the Brexit process should minimise any adverse effects on business and the economy and maximise the economic opportunities that may flow from this process.
In a series of briefings, the Royal Society of Edinburgh reviews the impact that Brexit will have on the distribution of powers and responsibilities for the different governments and legislatures in the UK.
This report from the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) provides a series of recommendations to address the stagnation of productivity, and the issues facing the UK with regards to growing rates of in-work poverty.
In a series of briefings, the Royal Society of Edinburgh has urged the UK Government to build upon its initial offer to provide assurance and certainty that the existing rights of EU nationals in the UK will be protected.
In a series of briefings, the Royal Society of Edinburgh have encouraged all UK Governments to consider long-term economic and demographic impacts of migratory reform, as well as short term labour market needs.
This joint report from CBI and Pearson assesses the educational and skills landscape across all ages, and postulates that educational reform can help to fill the growing number of high-skilled roles in the UK.
Getting to grips with Britain’s shortage of technical skills has never been more important.
What might the 3% of GDP target mean for public funding levels and private investment? Naomi Weir has a look at the numbers.
Reflections from CaSE Chair, Graeme Reid, on a BEIS stakeholder event and the latest high level forum on Science and Brexit
This EEF report finds that manufacturing companies rely more heavily on EU workers to fill low, mid and highly skilled roles than the UK average.
CaSE has published a two page briefing, setting out the current UK Government advice structures and recommendations on how to improve them.
An initial look at the SET stats out today including new details on how departments spend their R&D budgets
Arthur Petersen, Professor of Science, Technology & Public Policy at UCL reflects on building in-house capacity for dealing with uncertain evidence.