CaSE has published it’s annual review for 2021-2022, giving an overview of our achievements and the value we bring to the entire sector
CaSE publishes its 2021-22 Annual Review
This year, CaSE has achieved real success in ensuring that the priorities for UK science and engineering are represented at the highest levels of government. We’ve put together authoritative briefings, reports and analysis that have influenced government policy-making, as well as launching new projects to further expand our expertise. We’ve led on high profile campaigns to affect real change and provided a range of benefits to members, including access to exclusive roundtables with influential stakeholders, as well as offering a valuable resource to the entire sector.
Message from the Executive Director
This year, CaSE has put the public at the heart of our work. We have embedded public benefit at the heart of our new strategy, reflecting an ongoing transition in our work and challenging us to go further in the future. Our trailblazing Discovery Decade programme aims to create a shared vision for R&D and widen public support. And our policy campaigns, at the Spending Review and on Public Sector Research Establishments, have shone a spotlight on the power of R&D to improve people’s lives and livelihoods across the United Kingdom.
As we welcome a new administration into No. 10, we will work hard to secure long-term commitments to R&D investment and to highlight why a strong R&D base is essential to the future prosperity of the UK. We will continue to advocate for a thriving ecosystem for research and innovation in the UK and with our partners in Europe and the rest of the world.Professor Sarah Main, CaSE Executive Director
Thank you to all our members for supporting CaSE through your engagement with our work. Together, we will continue to put science and engineering at the heart of the UK’s future.
A few words from CaSE Chair of Trustees
I want to congratulate the CaSE team and the trustees for their hard work over the past 12 months, developing the new strategy for the next seven years. I am also very pleased to see the excellent progress made in the Discovery Decade work which will provide valuable insights into how we engage the broader public around R&D related issues. This work comes at a time when science and engineering is increasingly being called on to develop innovative solutions to the challenges the world faces.Bob Sorrell, CaSE Chair of Trustees
I am grateful to our board members for their considered opinions and expert knowledge. Several board members have left at the end of their terms: I’m grateful to Simon Jennings and Hannah Kerr, who have stepped down at the end of their term, for their hard work and commitment. I’m delighted to welcome Jane Hughes, Perdita Fraser and Kim Graham to the board of trustees and am confident they will play a vital role supporting CaSE as it continues to advocate for science and technology.
CaSE is pleased to welcome Elsevier into its membership. Elsevier have supported CaSE’s work for many years, and we are delighted they have joined us as members.
Alicia Greated will be the new Executive Director of the Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) from early April 2024.
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.
The Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) is pleased to welcome LifeArc to its membership.