Cranfield University has joined the Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) as an organisational member, demonstrating its commitment to sharing knowledge and expertise to advance change in the sector.
CaSE is the UK’s leading independent advocate for science and engineering, with a mission to ensure the UK has the skills, funding and policies to ensure science and engineering thrive. IT represents over 115 scientific organisations including businesses, universities, professional bodies and research charities.
Many opportunities to drive positive change
Professor Karen Holford CBE FREng, Chief Executive and Vice-Chancellor of Cranfield University, said: "I am delighted we are joining the Campaign for Science and Engineering. We are passionate about working in partnership, building industrial collaborations in research and teaching and championing equality, diversity and inclusion.
“There are many opportunities for us as a sector to drive positive change in support of our organisations and wider society, and we look forward to working closely with the CaSE community enabling science and engineering to thrive."
Using research, technology and innovation for the benefit of all
Professor Sarah Main, Executive Director of CaSE, said: “I am thrilled to welcome Cranfield University to CaSE's growing organisational membership. Cranfield plays a distinguished role in the science and technology sectors, using its teaching and research strengths to equip people and organisations with the skills to tackle the challenges of the future.
“As the leading independent advocate for science and engineering in the UK, CaSE's reputation and resilience comes from its membership and today's announcement is a welcome boost at a time when our works has never been more important.
“We look forward to working closely with Cranfield University to harness its expertise and ensure its voice is heard at the highest levels of government, alongside all of our members. Working together we can help shape a more favourable policy environment for science and engineering, and bring about our shared vision of a society and economy that uses research, technology and innovation for the benefit of all."