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Post Brexit R&D opportunities for Ireland

13th November, 2016
Dr Alison Campbell, director KTI

In August Professor Venki Ramakrishnan, president of The Royal Society (UK) spoke of the uncertainties surrounding scientific research in post-Brexit Britain.

He voiced concerns that British researchers were already being overlooked by EU collaborators due to financial uncertainty, and that EU researchers based in Britain need assurances from government that they will be able to remain here indefinitely.

His views found public support from a number of British academies, including the Academy of Medical Sciences,...

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