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Paul Newberry is a consultant aerospace engineer and he’s saddened by Brexit and the loss of opportunity and restriction of freedom it brings to people young and old ... including his son who followed him into the business). It’s bad news for the UK’s future scientists, engineers and innovative industries as a whole.
The British Overseas Territories, while largely unknown to the British public, will be affected enormously by Brexit.
Two different programmes since 1999 have brought nearly £800 million to dozens of projects.
Irish contributions will increase if UK leaves union but benefits are worth the cost.
Proactive, cosmopolitan and open, the European Union is filling a leadership void on the global stage, argue James Wilsdon and Sarah de Rijcke.
England’s second most populous city was revived by EU money but voted to leave the bloc, in a pattern that has become all too familiar, says Patrick Cockburn.
European Commission’s next seven-year science-funding scheme — its biggest ever — will allow any country to participate for a price.
As departure day approaches, chief of top UK lab says he fears science will drop off the government’s agenda.
'Beyond their individual preferences, the researchers offered gloom when asked about Brexit's effect on science. A total of 78% said departure from the EU would be harmful, with more than 50% saying it would be "very harmful". Only 9% saw any benefit from departure from the EU.'