Blog: To achieve a truly 'Global Britain' we need to take international research policy partnerships seriously

Credit: © Jorge Martin 2019

Aug 2019
15/08/2019

The relationship between the UK’s research endeavour and its international partners is likely to alter in coming years as a result of changes in domestic funding streams and a potentially sharp exit from EU funded research projects. In this opinion piece James Georgalakis argues that if the UK is seeking to be truly ‘Global’ in terms of research, there is a need to invest in research that isn’t simply delivered to international partners, but which involves long-term investment in research partnerships operating outside of the UK.

Read the opinion piece in full: To achieve a truly ‘Global Britain’ we need to take international research policy partnerships seriously 

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Source: Original post published by the London School of Economics and Polictical Science (LSE) on LSE Impact Blog on 15 August 2019 under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Updated Licence.

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