As row over control of strategic research rages on, science and business figures warn shutting out EU neighbours will hurt everyone. ‘We all need to take a step back here,’ one said
Government comes up with 11th hour funds to help meet association cost after lobbying effort by science leaders. But critics still call plan ‘very opaque’, and say it isn’t enough
After the government pulls global research funds, top researchers hit back at prospect that participation in Horizon Europe will come from domestic R&D budget
Investment and jobs in research have been hit by COVID-19. It’s time to assess the damage and prioritise for the re-build, says Sarah Main of the Campaign for Science and Engineering
Ministers are yet to say how the country will pay for access to the EU science programme, as opposition MPs tell government it is not ‘walking the talk’ on ‘science superpower’ commitment
As debate rages over European control of sensitive technologies, Germany’s parliamentary state secretary Thomas Rachel says three EU neighbours are ‘important partners'
Evolving plan for Horizon Europe is caught up in fierce debate over whether EU should block its closest neighbours from strategic technology research
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