Britain Wins Lion’s Share of EU Research Grants

U.K.-based scientists got the biggest slice of $718 million in early-career funding

Guess who got the lion’s share of European Commission early-career science grants? Britain. The country that’s leaving the European Union won 79 of the 406 awards, a big chunk of the 605 million euros ($718 million) in funding distributed throughout the bloc. Unsurprisingly, the U.K. wants to keep contributing to science projects after Brexit, though this will be subject to negotiations.

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