Read our dossier compiling some of our members concerns and priorities for scientific regulations post-Brexit
Jenny Andrew, organiser for Prospect, discusses the views of their members and the broader STEM sector in response to their MAC submission.
Eleanor Beal, Senior Policy Adviser at the Royal Society, explains the value of the Future Partnership Project and how to input.
Read CaSE's response to the Migration Advisory Committee consultation inquiry into EEA-workers in the UK labour market.
As the dust settles from the release of the Government’s Industrial Strategy, James Tooze reviews what the paper means for science and engineering in the UK.
Maria de Kleijn, Senior Vice President of Analytical Services at Elsevier, summarises findings from their recent report on how the UK research compares to the rest of the world.
Read CaSE's response to the Industrial Strategy, setting out the government's long-term plan to boost the UK's productivity
A top-level digest of the public R&D figures following the 2017 Autumn Budget.
A top-level digest of the public R&D figures to help you navigate the 2017 Autumn Budget
CaSE has today responded to the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget, including a full summary of how science and engineering fared.
On the eve of the Autumn budget, James Tooze reviews some key figures outlining the landscape of business investment in R&D in the UK.
CaSE has responded to today's announcement by the Government of increased R&D investment, towards its aim of spending 2.4 per cent of GDP on R&D by 2027.
CaSE has published a letter in The Times, highlighting the importance and consideration of scientific regulation during the Brexit negotiations.
Dr Cat Ball, Policy Manager at the Association of Medical Research Charities, explains the vital role of the Charity Research Support Fund in university research.
The results of the report quantify the strength of digital technology in the UK.
At the end of Tomorrow’s Engineer’s week Bola Fatimilehin, Head of Diversity and Inclusion at the Royal Academy of Engineering, reflects on the future focus for the sector.
Read CaSE's submission to the Commons Science & Technology committee inquiry; Science budget and Industrial Strategy.
Read CaSE's submission ahead of the 2017 Autumn Budget, including setting out what might be needed to reach the Government’s long term aim of investing 3% of GDP on research and development.
This report from BCS assesses the diversity and equality characteristics of the UK IT workforce.
Lily Ickowitz-Seidler, Primary Science Project Manager at the Wellcome Trust, introduces recently published research exploring science education in primary schools across the UK.