Generation Brexit

To the (scientific) research!

Janis Wong
Janis Wong | Jul 13, 2017 | in Breaking Up/Paying Up

Scientific information, its technologies, and research principles should not be divided post-Brexit. Last year, the opening of the Francis Crick Institute demonstrated the significant advantages of working across borders to develop research that is beneficial to all. As the biggest single biomedical laboratory in Europe, the Institute has discovered mutations in cancer and the immune system and developed new methods to fight malaria amongst many of its great achievement, all of which would not be possible but for the collaboration between British and European scientists.

Valeria Vigilante Jul 14, 2017

I completely agree with you. This also relates to the idea that students and researchers might be guaranteed different conditions in comparison with other migrants. Collaboration is the key word. What everyone thinks about EU funding for research and how does it fit within this discourse?