CaSE are pleased to welcome the university of St Andrews as new members.
St Andrews join CaSE as members
27 Sep 2021
Commenting on the announcement, Dr Sarah Main, Executive Director of CaSE, said:
“CaSE’s mission is to ensure that every nation and region of the UK has the opportunity to unlock its scientific and innovation potential and reap the benefits that comes from these advancements.
We’re therefore delighted that the University of St Andrews has added their name to this growing membership. We look forward to harnessing the expertise from their prodigious faculty across the university and working with them to bring about a thriving policy environment for science and engineering in Scotland and across the entire UK.”
About St Andrews
The University of St Andrews has four faculties; the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Divinity, the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Science. The Faculty of Science is led by the AVP Dean of Science and home to the Schools of Biology; Chemistry; Computer Science; Earth and Environmental Sciences; Geography and Sustainable Development; Mathematics and Statistics; Physics and Astronomy; Psychology and Neuroscience. Our investments in our Faculty of Science are focused on physical sciences, energy, marine science and biomolecular sciences, information and communications technology, engineering, mathematical sciences, healthcare technologies, quantum technologies, condensed matter physics and photonics.
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