Why Brexit? Why not?

Wilson, Richard
September 2016
Electronics Weekly;9/7/2016, Issue 2678, p24
Trade Publication
An interview with Naomi Climer, president of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, is presented. She talks about uncertainty for the technology sector due to Brexit, and importance of European Union (EU) research funding to engineering in Great Britain. She also talks about involvement of Great Britain with global universities in the areas of research and skills.


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