CaSE 2018-19 Annual Review
22 Oct 2019
CaSE has made great strides this year in representing the science and engineering perspective on issues at the top of the national agenda. As politics remains turbulent, CaSE has embedded its UK-wide presence, working with all parties across the UK’s parliaments and assemblies to emphasise the importance of support for research and innovation.
Notable successes include:
- Securing a commitment from Government for increased investment in science
- Winning changes to visa rules to better attract overseas talent
- Publishing a new report on R&D investment
- Highlighting the risks of a ‘No Deal’ Brexit for UK science and engineering
- Welcoming 11 new organisational members
- Holding over 170 meetings with members, politicians, and the wider sector
CaSE is thriving and looking forward to the year ahead, always seeking to ensure the UK has the skills, funding and policies to enable science and engineering to thrive.
A General Election year presents a real opportunity for the R&D sector to make our voices heard.
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.
This year has seen the CaSE team grow, our first in person Annual Lecture since the pandemic, and the publication of two major pieces of our work.
Executive Director Professor Sarah Main gives her report on CaSE’s activities and successes at the 2022 AGM on 15th November.