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Experts insist successes of Brussels’ €95bn programme could never be replicated by a UK-only substitute.
PM Rishi Sunak should not go back on his pledge to re-join the EU's science research programme, the President of The Royal Society has warned.
Suggestions that Rishi Sunak might hold back on rejoining the Horizon Programme after securing a landmark Brexit deal have been described as “unspeakable idiotic” by campaigner and scientist Mike Galsworthy.
The minister for the Government's newly created science and technology department has signalled the UK is ‘ready to go it alone' if the EU does not agree to Britain's post-Brexit terms of membership.
To do their jobs properly, scientists need stability. They need secure sources of funding. They need to be able to collaborate with other researchers across the globe, without unnecessary barriers. / But there’s a huge question mark hanging over the UK’s involvement in major scientific programmes like Horizon Europe.
Nineteen researchers to move to EU institutions while 115 forfeit grants as they stay in Britain.
Nicholas Walton gives up leadership of €2.8m pan-European research after dispute over Northern Ireland protocol.
Tens of millions of pounds will be spent on rescuing UK science and medical research projects at risk from a damaging post-Brexit dispute with the EU.
UK scientists are likely to be "frozen out" of EU research programmes because of delays in Brexit negotiations, according to MPs.
The UK’s science community is urging the prime minister, Boris Johnson, to match funding to rhetoric, as arguments continue over where the budget for the UK’s association to the EU’s Horizon Europe research programme will come from.
Scientists fear the UK has lost its way because of Brexit, and scientific research could suffer as a result, the head of the UK’s biggest biomedical research lab has warned.
Venki Ramakrishnan says Horizon programme is vital to ensuring UK retains influence.
Nobel scientists warn Britain will lose ‘superpower’ status if access barred to €100bn EU fund
The first figures have emerged demonstrating that Brexit uncertainty has adversely affected UK research.
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.
Dozens of scientists write letter to May and Juncker setting out their concerns.