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The Royal Society and The Wellcome Trust seek views on research collaboration post-Brexit

last modified Nov 22, 2017 07:42 PM
Both the UK and EU have been positive and ambitious about working together on research and innovation after Brexit. Together with the Wellcome Trust, the Royal Society has launched the Future Partnership Project, asking individuals and organisations from across the UK and EU for their recommendations about how future research and innovation partnerships should work in practice.

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The team is looking for input from anyone with experience of, or expertise in, international research partnerships.

If you would like to be involved:

  • by 1 December 2017, please submit evidence you have already commissioned or produced on UK and EU research and innovation partnerships, or the potential impacts of Brexit, to Sophie Bennett (Sophie.Bennett@royalsociety.org)
  • by 8 January 2018, please submit answers to some or all of the questions set out in the consultation document to europe@wellcome.ac.uk.

 

For further details on this call for responses, please see the source article here

.The consultation document can be found here.

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