CaSE Chair Professor Graeme Reid has published his review of government funded research and innovation in Wales.
CaSE has responded to the Home Secretary's comments on yesterday's Andrew Marr show, indicating that he would take a 'fresh look' at the Home Office's visa cap on the number of skilled workers coming to the UK.
Following the Home Secretary's comments on taking a 'fresh look' at the Tier 2 visa cap, Deputy Director Naomi Weir examines the Government's immigration policy and suggests what might happen next
CaSE has responded to the Framework for the UK-EU Partnership on science, research and innovation, published by the UK Government today.
Comment from CaSE and others on FOI response from the Home Office detailing the number of Tier 2 refusals due to the annual cap in each month between December 2017 and March 2018.
Download the full set of data from CaSE's Home Office FOI detailing Tier 2 visa refusals by occupation
Following an FOI by CaSE, the Home Office have released the numbers of skilled worker visas refused due to the Tier 2 cap. Here's a look at the figures, the problem and the solution.
Unattributed summary of CaSE roundtable discussion held on Tuesday 17th April 2018, kindly hosted by Boeing UK Ltd at their London offices.
CaSE are very pleased to welcome the UK Innovation & Science Seed Fund as a new organisational member and our first venture capital fund.
Ian Robinson, an immigration law partner at Fragomen Worldwide, discusses the current balance of Government immigration action in the face of Brexit.
CaSE has responded to a new report from the Public Accounts Committee, highlighting concerns over the lack of a clear plan from Government to meet research investment targets.
James Tooze discusses how Government can help to meet its R&D investment target.
Seamus Nevin, Head of Policy Research at the Institute of Directors, discusses skills shortages and immigration policy failings in the UK
Naomi Weir takes a look at the QR funding announcement from Research England
CaSE Executive Director Dr Sarah Main on Brexit and science, one year on from the triggering of Article 50
To mark the anniversary of the triggering of article 50 on 29th March 2017, CaSE has published a new Brexit report with policy asks from the science and engineering sector on people, funding and regulation.
James Tooze picks the bones out of the latest UK gross expenditure on R&D statistics.