This report from the CBI (The Confederation of British Industry) argues that the UK's future economic success relies on us building an innovative, knowledge-intensive economy, underpinned by a highly skilled science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) workforce. This report makes the case for a new urgency in building up STEM skills through a long-term, strategic commitment and swift action to address pressing needs.
In this report, CaSE argue that only by developing science and engineering can Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland continue the economic recovery, and secure their long-term prosperity.
A report from the Innovation, Universities, Science and Skills Committee. This is a constructive report that reflects on some of the good work that has already taken place to put science and engineering at the heart of government policy. It builds on these achievements and makes recommendations that we believe will help to improve the use of science and engineering advice further.
This report from the National Audit Office argues that a strong supply of people with science, technology, engineering and maths skills is important to promote innovation, exploit new technologies, produce world-class scientists and for the UK to compete internationally.
CFE Research with the University of Manchester were commissioned by the Wellcome
Trust to monitor and evaluate the impact of its UK-wide Primary Science Campaign. The
campaign’s vision is that all pupils will experience an exciting, inspiring and relevant science
education at primary school that leaves them well-prepared to progress further in science,
and well-informed about science in their everyday lives.