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EU membership aids collaboration, argue vice-chancellors

The Universities for Europe campaign, led by the vice-chancellors’ group Universities UK, has published a series of case studies highlighting how membership of the European Union enhances international collaboration between researchers.

The series, published on the website of the campaign on 18 December, includes eight examples of international collaboration. According to the group, the EU plays a “vital role” in helping universities to team up with other researchers and institutions based overseas.

“Working together, UK and European researchers pool their knowledge, infrastructure and resources to achieve more together than they could do alone,” Universities for Europe wrote. “This approach means we all benefit from multiple perspectives, complementary expertise and diverse approaches to problem-solving.”

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