What effect will Brexit have on science in Britain? The university town of Coventry has many European students and the university receives research funding from the EU. The city voted for Brexit. How are students and scientists dealing with that?
The extent to which Britain and the European Union will continue to collaborate on drug safety in the wake of Brexit is yet another policy still to be decided. Samira Shackle reports from London.
The creation of a campus on the European continent would be a post-Brexit first for a UK university. UK universities have been struggling with declining applicant interest and the prospect of EU funding losses.
The EU is much more than the eurozone or Schengen to most young people. If leaders sideline the principles behind the first truly European generation, they will kill the European project, says DW's Sofia Diogo Mateus.
EU applications for British universities have slumped 7 percent following the country's decision to leave the EU, breaking 10 years of growth. They are expected to be down 57 percent in the aftermath of Brexit.
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