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Evidence sought on post-Brexit international collaboration

The government is seeking views on the future of UK’s international research collaborations, including the possibility of creating a fund to replace prestigious European Union research grants at risk after Brexit.

A call for evidence opened on 15 April by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is seeking views on how to fund future international collaborations, including basic research and innovation.

The evidence will feed into a project led by Adrian Smith, the director of the Alan Turing Institute, who is advising the government on how to strengthen international collaborations after Brexit.

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