Read our submission to the House of Commons S&T Committee inquiry into a new research funding agency
CaSE submission to ‘ARPA’ consultation
15 Sep 2020
In the 2020 Spring Budget, the UK Government pledged £800m to create a new research funding agency, broadly modelled on the US ARPA. Our submission to the Science and Technology Committee’s inquiry primarily focused on highlighting some of the questions that still remain over the proposed funding agency. Throughout are examples and characteristics of the US ARPA and how the UK Government may seek to decide to set the direction for its own research agency.
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.
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.
Our insights from the Conservative and Labour Party Conferences and some of the messages that emerged for research and innovation.