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    Spanish scientists discuss in London about the “Brexit” consequences for research.

    During the SRUK anual meeting held at the University College of London, around 150 scientists participated and presented their work in areas such as neuroscience , biomedicine, climate change, engineering and nano-engineering. In this conference, the possible impact of “Brexit”on the researchers careers were also discussed.

    10/07/2016

    EFE

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    Spanish scientists debate in London on the consequences of "brexit"

    The Society of Spanish Researchers in the United Kingdom ( SRUK ) held a meeting in London where they discussed the possible impact of UK exit from the European Union on the researchers careers.

    10/07/2016

    El Confidencial

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    Radio interview to the new and former SRUK directors during the fourth symposium of SRUK held in London.

    During SRUK annual meeting, the board positions have been renewed. Listen to Radio X interview to Eduardo Oliver (outgoing President) and Maria Jimenez Sanchez (incoming President) opinions about the past, present and future of the society.

    10/07/2016

    Radio X

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    Brexit generates uncertainty in Spanish professional emigrants

    SRUK calculates that nowadays there are around 3,000 Spanish researchers working in the UK, half of them in the biomedical sector. SRUK highlights the importance of scientific collaborations and encourages researchers not to lose everything that has been accomplished by those international relations, in unity lies strength.

    01/07/2016

    La Gaceta Médica

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    Against the effects that Brexit could have in science

    Los fondos europeos y la libertad de movimiento son unas de las varias razones por las que la mayoría de científicos trabajando en el Reno Unido preferían permanecer en la UE. Desde el Brexit, preocupación sobre la financiación de proyectos y colaboraciones internacionales crece cada día. Eduardo Oliver, presidente de CERU, habla de lo que el Reino Unido podría perderse si no se llegan a establecer acuerdos para poder acceder a los grandes proyectos europeos y comenta que podría quedarse aislado de la toma de importantes decisiones en Europa.

    30/06/2016

    InfoLibre

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    Statements of Eduardo Oliver about Brexit in Levante, El Mercantil Valenciano

    Eduardo Oliver, president of SRUK, talks about the effects of Brexit science some hours after hours after the results of the referendum where known. SRUK priority will continue to be encouraging international collaborations with the aim that the public continues benefitting from the results of research.

    27/06/2016

    Levante

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    The “Brexit”, a big bump for science

    Eduardo Oliver, president of the Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK and researcher at Imperial College, said “Research does not know about borders but Brexit might have drawn the first”.

    25/06/2016

    El Diario

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    The Brexit shakes Europe ... and also research

    The Brexit referendum in the UK has thrown an unexpected result, also marked by a new uncertaint scenario in Science.

    24/06/2016

    Hipertextual

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    European science is grieving for Brexit

    After the Brexit referendum, Eduardo Oliver (president of SRUK) comments on the possible consequences for British and European research.

    24/06/2016

    sinc

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    Spanish researchers in the UK calls to maintain collaboration: "science must remain united"

    After the result of the Brexit referendum, the Society of Spanish Researchers in the UK (SRUK) expresses the need to maintain the scientific collaborations and cooperation between Spain and the United Kingdom.

    24/06/2016

    RTVE

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