The Royal Society is working to achieve the best outcome for research and innovation through the Brexit negotiations and support continuing relationships and build new ones across Europe and beyond.
We need an outcome that:
Find out more about the Society's work to build and maintain relations with the European and international science community.
If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, it will impact on scientific research immediately and could take years to rebuild.
Our factsheet explains why leaving the EU with "no-deal" is a bad deal for science.
Frequently asked questions for scientists and researchers concerning access to research funding.
Frequently asked questions for scientists and researchers concerning working in the EU and UK.
Statement on the principles that should shape the UK’s future relationship with the EU in the area of research and innovation.
This factsheet explains why leaving the EU with "no-deal" is a bad deal for science.
Read our position on the UK seeking association to the ninth EU Framework Programme for research and innovation.
Researchers working in the UK are from around the world.
When we do research, we build on the body of knowledge that has been accumulated through the work of people around the world, and add to it.
In a globalised world, we need regulation that supports research and innovation and earns public confidence.
Statement: Response to Sir Adrian Smith report on future frameworks for international collaboration
Factsheet: Brexit uncertainty harming UK science
Factsheet: Opportunities and challenges for research and innovation in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland