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How British science can flourish after Brexit

How British science can flourish after Brexit

14 March 2020

9:00 AM

14 March 2020

9:00 AM

I’m a Texan as well as a physicist so I hope it doesn’t sound boosterish if I say that no nation has contributed more to basic science than Britain. No other country has such an uncanny aptitude for it. I’m not sure what combination of poetry and pragmatism makes this possible, but I don’t need to go far to find evidence.

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Dr Thomas Fink is the director of the London Institute for Mathematical Sciences.

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