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Paper outlining the UK’s objectives for an ambitious science and innovation agreement with the EU.
The UK government has called on the European Union to hold a “full and open discussion” on the terms of Britain's participation in EU research after Brexit.
€605 million to 406 researchers across Europe.
Britain will offer to keep paying more than £1 billion a year to the EU after Brexit to continue to participate in its science and research programmes.
And the finalists are...
The UK government’s proposals on science in the Brexit negotiations will be set out in a paper to be released by the end of September.
A Nobel Prize winning physicist considers taking his research elsewhere, while applications from foreign researchers have plummeted.
Günther Oettinger says research should be the only programme spared spending cuts as the EU weighs how to make up for losing the UK’s €11B per annum contribution.
Spanish researchers are still waiting for the full implementation of a law which was approved six years ago.
“When seven come together unanimously than it’s much stronger than if only one person signs."
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Jo Johnson outlines UK ambition to be ‘go-to country’ for innovation and discovery, even after Brexit
Italian scientists eager to go for it alone on experiment to tackle ‘waste heat’ problem.
The next EU research funding programme should be doubled in size to help fix Europe's growth problems, according to former World Trade Organization chief Pascal Lamy.
Framework 9 should be opened up to countries beyond Europe’s neighbours so that the EU can benefit more from global talent, a group of insiders has said.
Influential report suggests simpler, more citizen-friendly system for post-2020 EU research funding.
Bilateral partnership may provide new blueprint for EU east-west collaboration.
Heavy investment and low cost of living is powering a meteoric rise.
Britain’s relationship with the European Union has been a fruitful one when it comes to higher education. By operating within a larger European network, UK universities have become increasingly competitive in world terms.
Funding for basic research will not be affected by the dramatic changes planned for the FP9, acording to Carlos Moedas.