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Member benefits go beyond just membership

By joining CaSE as an organisational member, you will become part of a dedicated organisation, working to ensure that the UK has world-leading research and education, skilled scientists and engineers, and innovative businesses.

Opportunities to influence our message

Join a diverse group of organisations linked by a common aim, and benefit from the collective weight when pursuing important policy change.

Unique access to information and networks

Feed into our high-impact reports and see your concerns and experiences cited by
policymakers across government

A chance to partner

Forge new connections with R&D-focussed organisations and benefit from cross
discipline insights and opportunities

Priority booking at events

Keep your finger on the pulse through one-to-one conversations and updates from the CaSE team, to ensure you have the key insights you need in the R&D sector.

Membership fees

Membership provides unique opportunities to help shape government policy and keeps you up to date with the latest developments and policy changes that impact on the science and engineering community, and your business.

Maintaining our independence

To maintain our independence, CaSE has an upper limit on membership fees from a single organisation. This is set at 5% of our annual income.

Terms and cycle of membership

Membership fees are annual and the cycle of membership runs from January to December or July to June

Calculate your annual membership fee

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Become a member and support our work as the leading independent advocate for science and engineering

CaSE’s purpose is to campaign for the policy changes that will help science and engineering to thrive. We bring our independent, policy-led voice to the interface between the science and engineering sector, government and the public.

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Our recent impact

First multi-year R&D budget since 2015

In his 2021 Spending Review, the Chancellor set out the first multi-year R&D.

£20bn per annum into R&D by 2024-25

At CaSE, we’re pleased to see these targets translated into budget lines.

Reform the UK immigration system

In 2017 we led a successful campaign to reform the UK immigration system to better attract global talent.

Influencing Government strategies

Most recently, we were pleased to see recommendations from CaSE included in the Innovation strategy

CaSE is an invaluable advocate for science and engineering in the UK.

CaSE has a proud tradition of representing science and engineering in the UK and continues to be a highly effective advocate on the most pressing issues facing the UK science.

Sarion Bowers
Head of Policy