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.
CaSE has published a new policy review on improving diversity and inclusion in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), with key recommendations for government.
Richard Clubbe, Research and Policy Officer at Sense about Science, talks about a new report on how transparent the government is about the evidence behind policy and why it matters.
Eleanor Beal, Senior Policy Adviser at the Royal Society, sets out the findings of the Society's latest report on UK research infrastructures.
Professor Dame Julia Goodfellow, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Kent, takes a closer look at the crucial role of publicly sponsored research agencies in boosting the long-term health of UK science and engineering.
Thomas Goldsmith, Policy Adviser at the Royal Society, sets out details of the new Research and Innovation Talent Visa, for international scientists working in the UK.
Read our response to the House of Commons Education committee inquiry into the quality of apprenticeships and skills
Read our response to the Public Accounts Committee inquiry into R&D funding across government
Upon today’s release of Higher Education student data, James Tooze reviews some of the key numbers for science & engineering.
CaSE are delighted to welcome Roche, UCB, Epilepsy Society and the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry as new organisational members.
Read CaSE's submission to the House of Commons Science & Technology Select Committee summit on Brexit
With overseas doctors being refused visas to work in the UK, CaSE has reiterated its stance that the Tier 2 cap on visas for skilled workers is counter-productive and damaging to UK interests.
CaSE has welcomed the findings of a Home Office select committee report on immigration policy, published today.
Chinara Rustamova, Policy Adviser at the British Academy, introduces the Academy’s recently published paper ‘The most important challenges of our time’.
Read our brief summary of the Home Affairs committee report, which aims to provide recommendations to build a future immigration system
CaSE Executive Director Dr Sarah Main offers her thoughts on the opportunities and challenges facing the new universities and science minister, Sam Gyimah MP, as well as analysing his previous statements and positions on these briefs.
As Jo Johnson heads for a new berth at the Department for Transport, Sarah Main looks back at his tenure as science minister.