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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. Below you will find a list of all the recent appearances CaSE has made in print, broadcast and electronic media.

For any media inquiries please contact our press team.

On Thursday 7th September 2023 the UK secured association with European research programmes.

Our Executive Director appeared across the media with our reaction to the news.

July

Times Higher Education (17/07): ‘Intangible’ benefits of university research ‘must be cherished’

Research Fortnight (11/07): Case urges government to make early start on R&D

Chemistry World (08/07): Patrick Vallance joins UK science department as Keir Starmer appoints first cabinet

Nature (05/07): UK election: scientists welcome Labour’s landslide win

Chemistry World (05/07): Science community responds to Labour victory in UK general election

Research Fortnight (05/07): Call for Labour to build on R&D as ‘huge asset for growth’

Times Higher Education (05/07): Labour election victory leaves universities hoping for change

June

Research Fortnight (27/06): Public wants more R&D in general election debate, poll finds

Research Fortnight (27/06): 8am Playbook – When the fun stops, stop

Times Higher Education (27/06): Big science spending pledges unlikely to sway British voters

Nature (26/06): UK general election: five reasons it matters for science

Chemistry World (24/06): What are the three main political parties promising on science at the UK election?

Research Fortnight (20/06): Labour coy on details of proposed 10-year science funding plan

WONKHE (20/06): Science, research, and innovation hustings

Research Fortnight (18/06): Case urges UK election candidates to back research

Science (14/06): As U.K. election nears, major parties reveal their science policies

Research Fortnight (12/06) Tory manifesto seen as ‘promise of stability’ for R&D sector

May

Research Fortnight (22/05): Research sector sets out policy wish list as Sunak calls election

The Engineer (21/05): Incentives from government would boost research and development

Research Fortnight (21/05): Ministers must encourage firms to invest in R&D, lobby group says

Research Fortnight (21/05): Innovation stagnation

Research Fortnight (20/05): Inflation set to wipe out three-year boost to UKRI budget

Research Fortnight (17/05): Research leaders join chorus of concern on graduate visa threat

Research Fortnight (01/05): How research can seize the polling day

April

Science (23/04): U.K. visa changes imperil recruitment of scientific talent, policy experts warn

Telegraph (12/04): Labour vows to rip up planning rules to build more scientific laboratories

March

Research Fortnight (27/03): The third degree

Research Fortnight (27/03): Better visa terms for researchers fail to quell international recruitment fears

Research Fortnight (26/03): Researchers granted 20 per cent skilled visa salary discount

Research Fortnight (26/03): UK ‘should be leading’ in G7 on R&D investment, says sector

Times Higher Education (26/03): UK science bodies back ‘sustained increase’ in research spending

Evening Standard (21/03): Visa petitions top 150,000 just weeks before higher minimum salary restrictions start to come into force

Research Fortnight (19/03): Rising UK visa costs ‘totally counterproductive’ for science

iNews (07/03): Sunak’s tech superpower pledge at risk as UK outspent and top talent shut out

Research Fortnight (05/03): Spring budget: Analysis of progress on 2023 pledges

February

Research Fortnight (28/02): Government claims progress on research promises as spring budget approaches

Research Fortnight (16/02): Dsit S&T framework update ‘quiet on crucial areas’

Research Fortnight (13/03): Campaign for Science and Engineering gets new director

Financial Times (12/02): EU to call for easier visas for scientists as UK rejoins Horizon

January

Research Fortnight (24/01): Sector leaders outline fears and hopes for R&D in crucial year

Nature (17/01): Scientists fear tough UK immigration rules will deter talent

Research Fortnight (17/01): Promise of 2024 general election triggers R&D lobbying campaign

Research Fortnight (17/01): As above, so below

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