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CaSE organises a number of science policy events throughout the year

CaSE organises a number of science policy events throughout the year, including our Annual Lecture and AGM, as well as partnering on other events. Below you can find details of upcoming events and you can catch up on events you’ve missed, or relive your favourites, through our event summaries.

CaSE membership has given us access to an unrivalled network of scientific organisations from all corners of the sector.

Their roundtable discussions and events have given us the opportunity to meet colleagues from like-minded organisations and share new ideas, which are often prompted by the fantastically informative discussions and talks organised by CaSE. Their events have enriched both our policy and public affairs programmes, as well as being a lot of fun!

Olivia Marshall
Public Affairs Manager, UK Dementia Research Institute HQ
CaSE and Learned Society of Wales Lecture – Prof Wendy Larner
01 May 2024
CaSE and The Learned Society of Wales are hosting an in person lecture in central Cardiff by Professor Wendy Larner on Wednesday 1st May 2024 – ‘What kind of University for what kind of future?’.
CaSE Member Webinar Series – Making the most of a General Election
22 April 2024
In this General Election year, CaSE want to offer our members regular opportunities to hear from the CaSE team and feed into our major pieces of work.
Annual General Meeting 2023
28 November 2023
We are pleased to invite our members to the 2023 CaSE Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Tuesday 28th November at 3pm. This year's AGM will take place in person at the Royal Society of Chemistry in London and online.
Annual Lecture 2023 – Professor Dame Angela McLean
21 November 2023
CaSE is delighted that our 2023 Annual Lecture will be given by the Government Chief Scientific Advisor (GCSA) Professor Dame Angela McLean.
Discovery Decade: What do the public think about universities’ role in the UK’s R&D system?
22 May 2023
CaSE is hosting a webinar to discuss the findings from its Discovery Decade programme's major public attitudes research that are most relevant to the higher education sector.
CaSE Skills Policy Workshop 2023
21 March 2023
Join CaSE for an exciting policy workshop on the skills needs for a more R&D intensive economy kindly hosted by Diamond Light Source.
CaSE Annual Lecture: We need to talk about Science
28 February 2023
We're excited to welcome Kim Shillinglaw, Chair of CaSE's new Discovery Decade project, who will share reflections on the public's relationship with science in the UK, and the urgency of forging a deeper and broader public connection to put research and innovation at the heart of the UK's future.

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