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For many in academia, the biggest question raised by Brexit is not about how the UK might access the European Union’s student exchange and R&D funding programmes but about how the spirit of collaborative research, which has been fostered so extensively by membership of the EU, will be able to continue.

What will a post-Brexit government do to ensure that international research can continue, and how quickly can it implement these changes? After all, more than half of the UK’s collaborative papers are with EU partners, and 17 per cent of the UK’s academic workforce comes from EU countries other than the UK.

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