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Implications of leaving the EU for science and research examined

05 July 2016

The Science and Technology Committee examines how the aspects which underpin our science and research might be affected by exit from the EU, and how these might best be provided in future; the science implications and opportunities under different 'models' for a future relationship with the EU; the scope for continued access to the EU’s Horizon 2020 funding; and the opportunities for wider science collaboration. The Committee also probes in particular depth the Switzerland/EU model.

Witnesses

Tuesday 5 July 2016, Thatcher Room, Portcullis House

At 2.15 pm

  • Dr Sarah Main, Director, Campaign for Science and Engineering
  • Professor Angus Dalgleish, Scientists for Britain
  • Professor Sir Ian Diamond, Chair of the Universities UK Research Policy Network

At 3.15 pm

  • Professor Ottoline Leyser CBE FRS, Chair, Royal Society Science Policy Advisory Group
  • Stuart Pritchard, EU Affairs Manager, Wellcome Trust
  • Professor Martin Vetterli, President, National Research Council of the Swiss National Science Foundation

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