CaSE has written to the Prime Minister to highlight the longstanding and mutually beneficial partnership between the UK and USA scientific communities.
CaSE warns Prime Minister about damaging consequences of Trump visa ban for UK science
30 Jan 2017
The Campaign for Science and Engineering has today written to the Prime Minister, Theresa May, to highlight the longstanding and mutually beneficial partnership between the UK and USA scientific communities and warn that those ties may be eroded by the President’s executive order on immigration and a wider restrictive approach to migration, both in the UK and USA, to the detriment of the UK’s scientific strength.
Update April 2017: CaSE received a response from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office
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