Recently, EuChemS made a statement on how Chemistry research is affected by Brexit into the Voice Newsletter of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). The statement is based on EuChemS Position Paper Research and Education Without Borders After Brexit, released in 2017.
Research and industrial competitiveness across the EU greatly benefit from the input of UK researchers and vice versa… As negotiations proceed to determine the relationship between the EU and the UK, we urge the negotiators to retain as strong as possible a relationship between EU and UK researchers. Continued collaboration without borders will improve research across all European countries for the benefit of mankind.
– Pilar Goya