In-depth reviews of key areas and decisions facing the R&D sector, with recommendations for progress
On 30th January, Labour announced its plan for the life sciences sector. CaSE welcomes the proposals and encourages Labour to extend their commitments to the whole science and innovation sector.
DSIT released a series of announcements as it marked its first anniversary on 9th February 2024. Below we take a look at some of these updates.
A General Election year presents a real opportunity for the R&D sector to make our voices heard.
CaSE has launched its R&D Advocacy Toolkit with a pair of guides for organisations and individuals who want to make R&D matter to more people, whether that’s the public or politicians.
The Discovery Decade team discusses the results of the latest piece of polling from its major piece of research into public attitudes to R&D.
Executive Director Professor Sarah Main gives her final report on CaSE’s activities and successes this year, as well as her reflections on a decade leading CaSE, at the 2023 AGM on 28th November.
CaSE takes a look at the Government’s response to Sir Paul Nurse’s independent review of the UK’s research development and innovation organisational landscape.
CaSE is pleased to officially announce the start of our public dialogue exercise exploring society’s stake in research in the UK.
What does the 2023 Autumn Statement mean for research and innovation?
CaSE looks back at George Freeman’s tenure as Minister of State for Science, Technology and Innovation, and welcomes new Science Minister Andrew Griffith.
CaSE is launching its next major project of work, a focused look at the needs of business R&D in the UK.
This is the news we’ve all been waiting for, the UK and EU have finally agreed a deal on the UK’s association to Horizon Europe.