• General Election 2019 - Watch the science and engineering hustings

    18 November 2019

    Ahead of the General Election, CaSE organised a hustings event for representatives from the political parties to answer questions on science and engineering.

  • First indication of Conservative priorities for science and engineering

    14 November 2019

    James Tooze digests the Prime Minister’s speech and accompanying press release

  • CaSE responds to PM's election speech on research funding increase

    14 November 2019

    CaSE has responded to the Prime Minister's speech today, outlining Conservative plans to increase research spending to £18 billion in 2024-25.

  • Kielder Observatory joins CaSE

    13 November 2019

    Kielder becomes the first observatory to join CaSE's organisational membership

  • Maximising local economic impacts of R&D investment in the West Midlands

    13 November 2019

    Unattributed summary of CaSE session at the West Midlands Innovation Board meeting on Thursday 5th September 2019

  • General Election 2019: Our asks to all political parties

    08 November 2019

    Assistant Director Daniel Rathbone sets out a little more detail on what we are asking from all political parties ahead of the General Election

  • Election 2019 - CaSE publishes a manifesto for science and engineering

    06 November 2019

    With an election taking place on December 12th, CaSE has called on all political parties to make key commitments to support science and engineering

  • CaSE Election Manifesto for Science and Engineering 2019

    06 November 2019

    CaSE has published three actions that all political parties must commit to in their election manifestos to help UK science and innovation thrive

  • CaSE responds to new report on international collaboration for UK science

    05 November 2019

    The independent report, co-authored by Professor Sir Adrian Smith and CaSE Chair Professor Graeme Reid, sets out new opportunities to boost international partnerships on research and innovation

  • Huawei joins CaSE

    30 October 2019

    Telecommunications leader Huawei are the latest organisation to become members of CaSE

  • Looking back over CaSE's achievements from the last year

    22 October 2019

    CaSE has published its Annual Review for 2018-19, giving a summary of its activities and campaign achievements over the last year.

  • Annual Review 2018-19

    22 October 2019

    CaSE has published its Annual Review for 2018-19, giving a summary of its activities and campaign achievements over the last year.

  • CaSE responds to the Queen's Speech

    14 October 2019

    CaSE has responded to the 2019 Queen's Speech, with re-commitments from Government on funding, skills and strategies for science and innovation.

  • CaSE submission to S&T 'No-Deal' inquiry

    10 October 2019

    CaSE supported the House of Commons S&T Committee to expand on this year's inquiry

  • The Francis Crick Institute joins CaSE

    08 October 2019

    The Crick has become the latest organisation to join CaSE.

  • Government visa change a welcome move for STEM

    11 September 2019

    CaSE has welcomed today's announcement that international students will be allowed to remain in the UK for two years after graduating to look for a job under a new two-year post-study work visa.

  • Scottish Government backs CaSE calls on migration

    10 September 2019

    The Scottish Government today calls for the reintroduction of a two-year post-study work visa

  • CaSE responds to the 2019 Spending Review

    04 September 2019

    CaSE has today responded to the Government's 2019 Spending Review, with announcements on public R&D investment, departmental budgets and skills.

  • Increase R&D spend but use the increase to change the distribution

    30 August 2019

    Professor Luke Georghiou, Deputy President and Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of Manchester discusses the distribution of R&D spend and the impact of raising R&D intensity in Greater Manchester and the North West

  • CaSE submission to the 2019 Spending Round

    29 August 2019

    Read our response to this year's 'fast-tracked' Spending Round