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.
CaSE are delighted to welcome Empiribox, Jisc, Ulster University and the University of London as new organisational members.
James Tooze digs into some of the key actions for Government set out in our immigration policy review
CaSE has published a new policy briefing setting out what science and engineering needs from the immigration system and making a series of recommendations for government action in the short term, the Brexit negotiations and beyond.
Sir John Holman, author of the Gatsby Foundation's Good Career Guidance report, discusses the importance of effective careers guidance
Andy Forbes, principal of the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London, talks about diversity in STEM apprenticeships
CaSE has today published a cross-sector letter sent to the Prime Minister, calling on the government to take urgent action in revising current immigration policy to better attract international research and innovation talent.
Dr Katie Perry, Chief Executive at the Daphne Jackson Trust, on the benefits of diversity and inclusion in STEM.
The monthly limit on Tier 2 visas harms both the UK's economy and its reputation, says CaSE Executive Director Dr Sarah Main
Philippa Matthews, Inclusion and Diversity Programme Officer at the Royal Society of Chemistry, sheds light on the gender gap in chemistry
Drawing on research and experience, Lenna Cumberbatch explores some of the small things that can be done to move towards equality of opportunity in STEM
CaSE has today published a policy review on improving diversity and inclusion in STEM, with new recommendations for government.