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Brexit and science

The United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union has thrown research into uncertainty – affecting jobs, funding and collaborations. As the UK experiences its biggest political upheaval in generations, follow Brexit’s fallout for science here.

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Policymakers in charge of the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union have a duty to maintain benefits of collaboration, says James Wilsdon.

World View | | Nature

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The European Union has its issues, but a Brexit could spell problems for science.

Editorial | | Nature

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Policymakers in charge of the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union have a duty to maintain benefits of collaboration, says James Wilsdon.

World View | | Nature

Britain’s vote to leave the European Union is jeopardizing scientists’ funds, collaborations, staff and students; it has left the nation reeling and Europe vulnerable. These schismatic times have researchers worldwide soul-searching over how best to contribute. Five experts offer their reflections.

Comment | | Nature

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