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London promises to sponsor European science after Brexit
21:34, 15 August 2016
London promises to sponsor European science after Brexit

Budget will allocate about 4.5 billion pounds per year ($ 5.8 billion) to finance projects in various sectors

21:34, 15 August 2016

The Telegraph

The UK government has pledged to provide funding for projects in the sphere of science, as well as agriculture and infrastructure, which operate on European Union funds, even if by then the country will leave the European Union up to 2020.

This was stated by the UK finance minister, Philip Hammond, Interfax reports.

The budget will allocate about 4.5 billion pounds per year ($ 5.8 billion) for these purposes.

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The Royal Society has responded positively to this statement, however, it noted that the timing of funding is extended, to avoid uncertainty in a number of long-term research projects.

"We have heard that some scientists do not want to cooperate with British colleagues, because they fear that they would not be able to participate in joint projects before the end of the grant", said the chairman of the society, a biochemist and Nobel Prize winner Venkatraman Ramakrishnan.

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