CaSE’s independent and responsive analysis means we frequently comment on a wide range of issues across science and engineering policy, as well as hosting guest opinions from the sector.
CaSE in the media
As a trusted source of independent and responsive analysis, we regularly comment in the media on a wide range of science and engineering issues. Here you can find a list of all the recent appearances CaSE has made in print, broadcast and electronic media.
This week the Home Secretary, James Cleverly MP, proposed a series of measures aimed at reducing immigration into the UK.
Almost 60% of people think that funding R&D should be a top priority for UK political parties, but only two-fifths believe it is currently a high priority for either Labour or Conservative parties, according to new polling.
An exciting new phase of CaSE’s Public Opinions work is being funded by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
CaSE’s initial response to the Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt’s, Autumn Statement on the 22nd November 2023.
In the recent Cabinet reshuffle, the Minister of State in the Department for Science, Innovation, and Technology, George Freeman MP, stood down and was replaced by Andrew Griffith MP.
After 10 years as Executive Director of the Campaign for Science and Engineering, Professor Sarah Main is leaving the role at the end of November 2023.
CaSE’s initial response to the news that the UK has agreed an association deal for EU research programmes Horizon and Copernicus
The Government has announced that it is to increase the immigration health surcharge.
The Campaign for Science and Engineering’s (CaSE’s) latest report looks at the skills needs of a more innovative and research intensive UK.
The Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) is pleased to welcome LifeArc to its membership.
Today the Department for Science Innovation and Technology (DSIT) have published their proposed alternative to Horizon Europe, Pioneer.
CaSE’s initial response to the Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt’s, Spring 2023 Budget.