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Brussels firms up position and bloc’s unity before tough talks on future relationship with UK.
Letter warns immigration rules may damage UK universities’ ability to attract global talent.
Brexit could have major implications for health and social care in England. Here we look at some of the latest developments that could have an impact.
The first figures have emerged demonstrating that Brexit uncertainty has adversely affected UK research.
The prime minister’s Brexit policy is sacrificing the UK’s science reputation – and billions of pounds in EU grants.
‘Allure of fusion makes it a good distraction from the failures of current government’s science and climate policy’
Oxfordshire reactor has been described as ‘shining example of scientific cooperation between EU members’.
UK researchers fear being blocked from EU-wide testing of treatments for diseases including rare childhood cancers.
Nobel prize winner leaves as reality of disconnecting from EU funding network sets in. / A no-deal Brexit looks set to undermine the UK’s position as a world leader in international research and is already starting to cause damage according to a number of prominent scientists working in Britain.
The president of the Royal Society has warned the Tory leadership candidates that UK research could be damaged by a bad deal or no-deal Brexit.
The ERC's mission is to encourage the highest quality research in Europe through competitive funding and to support investigator-driven frontier research across all fields, on the basis of scientific excellence.
A previously confidential government study detailing 142 areas of life in Northern Ireland that will be impacted by Brexit has been published, revealing risks to everything from cooperation on congenital heart disease and cross-border child protection to rules preventing the looting of national treasures.
As the possibility of a no-deal Brexit scenario increases, and the government publishes its “no-deal preparedness” notices, it is worth taking stock of the sheer variety of problems that would arise with a no-deal Brexit – and the devastating consequences that would arise from such a legal limbo. Here’s what we know so far.
A tiger leap in innovation has been achieved through borderless public-private partnerships between universities, government agencies and companies.
Japanese government warns that the country's businesses with European headquarters in the UK may decide to transfer... to Continental Europe if EU laws cease to be applicable in the UK.
Nobel prize winner warns UK science will suffer unless it can gain access to Horizon Europe. / One of Britain’s leading researchers has warned of a “major blow” to national science if ministers cannot secure access to a massive research programme that is being drawn up by the EU.
Proactive, cosmopolitan and open, the European Union is filling a leadership void on the global stage, argue James Wilsdon and Sarah de Rijcke.
The European Parliament gave its formal stamp of approval to the EU’s next big research programme, Horizon Europe – moving forward legislation for it and calling for a €120 billion budget, a 27.5 per cent increase on the €94.1 billion proposed by the European Commission
Universities say vital projects are ‘days from stalling’ as EU grants could be lost.
Seven researchers and campaigners tell Nature how Britain’s break-up with the EU is affecting research.
If approved, divorce agreement will see the United Kingdom leave the European nuclear-regulation body — but many uncertainties remain for research.
Dozens of scientists write letter to May and Juncker setting out their concerns.
Join the BMA and the BMJ to look at the impact of Brexit on health services across the UK - from workforce and regulation, to reciprocal healthcare and medical research, there’s barely a part of the health service that will be unaffected by the UK’s decision to leave the EU.