European budget chief estimates there’s now a 50-50 chance of agreeing a budget before the May 2019 parliamentary election. Without certainty of future funding, researchers will go elsewhere, he claims
UK doctors think Britain’s exit from the European Union will be very bad for the NHS, reveal the results of a study from UCL, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and Queen Mary University of London.
The UK decision to leave the EU cuts at science’s core ethos of openness. As exit negotiations lurch along, researchers from across Europe are yet to spot a bright side to losing such an important science partner
Günther Oettinger calls for ‘flexible’ approach on post-Brexit science deal, while standing firm on freedom of movement. And, he acknowledges, losing the UK’s scientific heft could damage the EU’s global standing in R&D