What does UK science do about Brexit?
The scientific community was one of the main beneficiaries of membership of the European Union and now it stands to lose the most.
Ahead of the Autumn Statement - various scientific bodies, MPs and campaign groups have lobbied the government to ensure that the UK's world leading research base is not overlooked when the Chancellor sets out the government's financial plans next week.
The UK receives £850m in research funds from the European Union each year. Full membership of one of the main EU funding programmes requires free movement of labour. British universities employ 30,000 scientists... read more
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