Check out the newly launched ‘Christmas Present for Science’ campaign! The best gift UK science could receive this festive season is for access to EU research programmes to be maintained, and they’ve got a three-step plan to make that happen. Head over to scienceisvital.org.uk/xmas to get involved.
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There are a few organisations in the UK that also advocate increased investment in scientific research. Check them out for some more ideas and information.
A grassroots campaign of UK scientists and supporters formed as a response to threatened government cuts to science in 2010.
The Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) is an independent organisation that aims to raise the political profile of science and engineering. They do great work on behalf of academia and industry in lobbying government and politicians across many scientific issues, including funding.