James Tooze looks at the most recent publication of R&D investment statistics
Reflecting on the STEM subject choices of this year's A-Level and GCSE cohorts
James Tooze takes a deep dive into the Innovation Strategy.
CaSE has responded to the publication of the government's Innovation Strategy and its People and Culture Strategy.
CaSE has responded to plans by the Prime Minister to establish a new ministerial council and science office.
James Tooze discusses our latest work on STEM education
We review BEIS' R&D budget for 2021/22
CaSE has secured a £1.1 million grant, “A new voice for R&D investment”, from the Wellcome Trust to build a campaign that can transform public support for R&D investment, as the next phase of its ‘R&D Decade’ project.
An unattributed summary of the member roundtable on 21st April, hosted by CaSE with panellists from BEIS and the UK Mission to the European Union.
Read a letter from Professor Sarah Main on the Queen's speech and CaSE's latest report
CaSE has published ‘Inspiring Innovation’, a briefing putting forward recommendations for the UK and devolved governments to enable them to provide high-quality science education in primary and secondary schools across the UK.
CaSE's ‘Inspiring Innovation’ briefing sets out recommendations for the UK and devolved governments to enable them to provide high-quality science education in primary and secondary schools across the UK.
Ahead of the 2021 devolved elections, CaSE has written to the leaders of the political parties in Scotland and Wales, inviting them to embrace the opportunities offered by science and engineering.
For the 2021 local elections, CaSE has written to candidates in the regional mayoral elections, inviting them to embrace the opportunities offered by science and engineering.
Read CaSE's letter to the House of Lords S&T Committee on Horizon Europe, ODA cuts and medical research charities
Assessing all things Horizon Europe, ODA and more in this comment piece
Policy Officer James Tooze reflects on Dominic Cummings' appearance before the S&T Committee
Despite placing science and technology at the heart of today's review, the Government shows a disconnect between rhetoric and action.
An unattributed summary of the roundtable on 21st January 2021, co-hosted by The Physiological Society and CaSE.
CaSE welcomes today's budget from the Chancellor, but every effort is needed from across government to make the government's vision a reality.