I am really excited to join CaSE and the EPC to work on this project. There is growing conversation around the potential impacts of the UK leaving the EU. For example, Universities UK have initiated a campaign, Universities for Europe, and the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee have launched an inquiry into the relationship between EU membership and UK science. It will be really interesting to help inform this debate by examining the data available on the impacts that EU funding has on the UK research community. Read More
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CaSE has published its September 2015 e-bulletin, giving a summary of all CaSE’s activities and news over the last month. These include:
- Earlier this week CaSE published its submission to the 2015 Spending Review. To deliver on its commitment of repairing Britain’s finances and move to a higher-wage, more productive economy, CaSE has called on the Government to nurture its means: science and innovation. Read More
CaSE has published its Annual Review for 2014-15. It gives a summary of CaSE’s activities over the year, including meetings with ministers, policy consultations, and campaign achievements. Highlights during the year include: Read More
Facebook is one of the world’s largest social networking services with offices and research facilities all around the world. With approximately 500 staff in the UK, Facebook relies on a skilled workforce of software engineers, mathematicians and data scientists to drive its business. Read More
Arthritis Research UK is the leading UK funder of research into the cause, treatment and cure of arthritis. It is the UK’s fourth largest medical research charity and the only charity solely committed to funding high quality research into arthritis. Read More
CaSE has published its July 2015 e-bulletin, giving a summary of all CaSE’s activities and news over the last month. These include:
- Last week CaSE responded to the Chancellor’s Summer Budget. The budget includes a number of new announcements, such as measures on maintenance grants, apprenticeship levies and catapult centres, however further questions remain over the timetable of the Spending Review and the science budget in the Autumn. Read More
The Babraham Institute is a world-leading research centre performing fundamental cell and molecular biology research to underpin lifelong health and healthy ageing. Located at the heart of the Babraham Research Campus, the Institute plays a key role within the Cambridge bioscience cluster. The Institute also works closely with a range of industrial partners through research collaborations to explore commercial translation of its research.
CaSE has published its June 2015 e-bulletin, giving a summary of all CaSE’s activities and news over the last month. These include:
CaSE has published its May 2015 e-bulletin, giving a summary of all CaSE’s activities and news over the last month. These include:
City University London is a leading international university dedicated to academic excellence as well as focused on business and the professions.
Professor Curran, Vice-Chancellor says of their decision to join CaSE:
“City University London is pleased to support CaSE in its efforts to raise the profile of science and engineering and, in particular, the need to maintain investment in education and research. This is timely given the impending General Election and the parties’ relative commitments to science and engineering.”
CaSE has published its April 2015 e-bulletin, giving a summary of all CaSE’s activities and news over the last month. These include:
- Ahead of the General Election, the political parties have set out how they would support science and engineering if they are put into power on May 7th. Read More
CaSE has published its March 2015 e-bulletin, giving a summary of all CaSE’s activities and news over the last month. These include:
- Ahead of the Election, CaSE has been inviting Prospective Parliamentary Candidates to write for CaSE on why science and engineering is important to the UK and how they would support this as a Member of Parliament. So far we’ve received over 100 responses from candidates and we’ll be publishing their comments regularly in the run-up to May 7th. Read More
Imperial College London is a science-based university with an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research. Located in the heart of London, it is a multidisciplinary space for education, research, translation and commercialisation, harnessing science and innovation to tackle global challenges.
1E are a Software Lifecycle Automation company that empower the world’s largest and most distributed organisations to simplify and speed up the complete software lifecycle. With regional offices in New York, Dublin and New Delhi, their global headquarters are in West London.
Their customers consist of public and private sector companies, including Dell, ING, Nestlé, BNP Paribas, Ford Motor Company and the UK Department of Work and Pensions, who they have helped save more than $2.5bn through the use of their technology. Read More
CaSE has published its January 2015 e-bulletin, giving a summary of all CaSE’s activities and news over the last month. These include:
- CaSE has launched our top ten actions we want to see the next government take to champion science and engineering. #ChampionSTEM
On 14th January 2015 CaSE brought together the science spokespeople of the three main parties to debate which party would best promote science and engineering if they were to gain power in the 2015 general election.
On our panel was the Minister for Universities, Science and Cities, Dr Greg Clark MP; his shadow counterpart in the Labour Party, Liam Byrne MP; and the Liberal Democrats’ science champion, Dr Julian Huppert MP. Read More
The sold-out CaSE cross-party debate, kindly hosted by the Royal Society tonight, brings together the science spokespeople from the three main Westminster parties to discuss the future direction of science and engineering in the UK. Read More
Dr Martin Turner is the new Policy Advisor at CaSE
I’m really pleased to be joining the CaSE team, especially at such an exciting time with the upcoming general election.
2015 is going to be a critical year for science and engineering. No matter who enters Downing Street, there are going to be tough decisions for government spending and we will have to fight hard to protect investment in our sector. Read More