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Analysis of the 2024 Labour Party manifesto
13 June 2024

We look at what the Labour Party 2024 manifesto could mean for science and engineering.

Analysis of other 2024 party manifestos
13 June 2024

We look at what other party manifestos could mean for science and engineering.

Analysis of the 2024 Conservative Party manifesto
12 June 2024

We look at what the Conservative Party 2024 manifesto could mean for science and engineering.

Analysis of the 2024 Liberal Democrat manifesto
11 June 2024

We look at what the Liberal Democrat 2024 manifesto could mean for science and engineering.

CaSE submission to Education Committee inquiry on ‘International students in English universities’
03 June 2024

The Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE)’s written evidence submitted to the House of Commons Education Select Committee inquiry on International students in English universities.

General Election 2024 – Letters to Party Leaders
03 June 2024

As part of our advocacy in the run up to the 2024 General Election on July 4th, we have written to the leaders of 13 political parties.

The value of university led R&D to the UK research system
30 May 2024

CaSE is gathering evidence on the benefits of university-led R&D to the UK research system and the potential impact of the current financial situation facing universities on these benefits.

How research can seize the polling day
24 May 2024

General election calls for a unified voice in tune with the public, says Alicia Greated. This post first appeared in Research Fortnight on 1st May 2024.

CaSE report launch: Backing Business R&D
24 May 2024

A summary of the launch event of CaSE’s latest report, Backing Business R&D, held on 21st May 2024.

Public Opinion during the General Election year: Exploring growth, jobs and trust
21 May 2024

Ahead of the General Election, CaSE is supporting the R&D sector’s advocacy by exploring attitudes to R&D and politically salient issues; our first poll looks at economic growth and how people would like their next MP to act on issues related to R&D.

Backing Business R&D
21 May 2024

Ensuring business research and development (R&D) investment continues to rise is vital if the UK is to achieve its research intensity ambitions.

Graduate Visas – Letters to the Home Secretary and Shadow Home Secretary
16 May 2024

CaSE has written to the Home Secretary, the Rt Hon James Cleverly MP, and the Shadow Home Secretary, the Rt Hon Yvette Cooper MP, to encourage them to support a recommendation to retain the graduate visa route.