This report is the second in a series of publications gathering data around the relationship between UK-based research and the UK’s membership of the EU.
In a series of briefings, the Royal Society of Edinburgh argues that the Brexit process should minimise any adverse effects on business and the economy and maximise the economic opportunities that may flow from this process.
In a series of briefings, the Royal Society of Edinburgh reviews the impact that Brexit will have on the distribution of powers and responsibilities for the different governments and legislatures in the UK.
In a series of briefings, the Royal Society of Edinburgh has urged the UK Government to build upon its initial offer to provide assurance and certainty that the existing rights of EU nationals in the UK will be protected.
In a series of briefings, the Royal Society of Edinburgh have encouraged all UK Governments to consider long-term economic and demographic impacts of migratory reform, as well as short term labour market needs.
This report, funded by eight leading UK medical research funders and charities, identifies the principle ways in which UK health research contributes to medical progress, highlighting the benefit that the UK has delivered for EU science.
This report, commissioned by the National Academies, reflects the importance of EU funding across all academic disciplines, industrial sectors, organisation types, and across the whole innovation pipeline.
This FSB report highlights how small businesses and the solo self-employed would be affected by, and respond to, restrictions to the free movement of people as a result of Brexit.