Over the next 2 weeks (the survey will close on Friday 7 October at 17:00 CET), EBN will collect survey responses from members and the wider community and generate a report that reflects how UK scientists think they will be impacted and how the rest of the EU now views the UK as a science and business centre.
The survey is based on the statement: "The likely post-Brexit scientific situation is reduced access to the single market and EU funding programmes, changes in freedom of movement (time/job limited) and potential divergence in regulatory frameworks. Timescale to formal Brexit completion is likely to be a minimum of 2.5 years but possibly longer. Until that time, the UK is likely to have existing levels of access to EU structures and funds, unless specific changes are made. There are, of course, extremes either side of this position - the UK may agree a full access, freedom of movement model or it completely exits the single market and all EU programmes, however these are less likely".
Let’s get started
CLICK HERE if you are active within the UK scientific community (any nationality)
CLICK HERE if you are active within the wider EU scientific community (any nationality)
Thank you very much for your participation in this survey – Brexit will impact the way that science is done across the EU and your contributions help both UK and EU scientists to plan future interactions.
Should you have further questions or need more information, please contact:
Dr Claire Skentelbery
Tel: 00 32 (0) 493 191810