House of Commons enquiry into Brexit and science

15 Jul 2016 – Leaving the EU: implications for science Over recent weeks, The House of Commons’ Science and Technology Committee has been collecting evidence on the implications and opportunities for science and research on leaving the EU. Oral and written evidence so far has identified a number of potential risks and opportunities, for example concerning the mobility of scientists, collaborative research opportunities, funding, access to research facilities, regulation and market access, private sector investment, administrative burdens/costs, etc. The Committee is now seeking further contributions on the risks and opportunities of leaving the EU, to allow the Committee to draw together a ‘Risk Assessment’ and a list of risks/opportunities which should feature in the Government’s work to set a new EU/UK negotiating strategy. If you would like to respond to…


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