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Brexit & Science Event
Brexit & Science Event
 

Brexit and the European Parliament: What does it mean for science and research? - 10 November 2017

During the referendum, science and research communities were unanimous in their opinion that the UK should remain in the EU. In a recent position paper, moreover, the government expressed its desire to continue participating in many of the EU’s scientific projects – including nuclear energy, space programmes and defence research – after the UK leaves.

This event explored the impact of Brexit on a field which is critical to the UK economy and the willingness of the EU-27 to allow British institutions to stay part of key collaborative efforts.

Hashtag for the event: #EPonBrexit

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Watch the film of the event below.
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MODERATOR:

Pallab GHOSH
Science Correspondent, BBC News
@BBCPallab

 

SPEAKERS:

Julie GIRLING MEP
South West England and Gibraltar
@juliegirling

 

Prof. Graeme REID
Chair of Science and Research Policy, University College London
@GraemeTR

 

Dr. James BRISCOE
Senior Group Leader, The Francis Crick Institute
@briscoejames

 

Prof. Dame Helen WALLACE
Europe Liaison Chair and former Foreign Secretary, British Academy

 

The Lord TAVERNE QC
Former member Lords Science and Technology Committee

 
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