CaSE's Executive Director and Deputy Director give their reflections on Labour and Conservative Party Conference.
James Tooze reflects on his day in Birmingham for this year’s Microbiology conference.
CaSE, Cardiff University, and the Learned Society of Wales welcomed the Chief Executive of Innovate UK, Dr Ruth McKernan CBE, to Cardiff to give a lecture on the innovation opportunities and challenges facing Wales and the UK.
CaSE Deputy Director Naomi Weir on her experience as a panellist at this years' BSI Congress in Brighton.
23rd November saw the Chair of the Exiting the European Union Select Committee, the Rt Hon Hilary Benn MP, give the CaSE Annual Lecture 2017.
CaSE Policy Officer James Tooze summarises the CaSE Annual Lecture 2017, given by the Chair of the Exiting the European Union Select Committee, the Rt Hon Hilary Benn MP, on 'Britain's Place in the World'.
Read a summary of CaSE's activities and political engagement over the party conference season this Autumn.
Policy Officer, James Tooze, reflects on our member event discussing all matters Brexit, including a conversation with UKRI CEO Sir Mark Walport
Claire McAlinden, Director of Operations in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at Queen’s University Belfast, shares thoughts from the All-Party STEM Meeting in Stormont.
Naomi Weir reflects on the Innovate UK #infocus women in innovation exhibition at Getty Images Gallery (open until 29th July)
Getting to grips with Britain’s shortage of technical skills has never been more important.
CaSE Director Dr Sarah Main on the importance of science and evidence in this post-Bexit world
Anusha Panjwani summarises the highlights and themes from the launch of CaSE's new Evidence report set in the context of a new GCSA, an election and Brexit.
Naomi Clarke, CaSE intern, attended the sixth annual Voice of the Future event where young STEM representatives quiz key political figures at the Houses of Parliament about the science policy issues that matter to them.
Naomi Clarke, CaSE intern, attended the judging of this years’ Ultimate STEM Challenge at the Science Museum. Read about the inspirational KS3 future STEM professionals.