Industry will not fund these research projects hence the need for Government funding faithfully promised by both sides. Most projects are undertaken by universities and other scientific institutions. Their remit is not necessarily one of profit but various exploration/research to understand any aspect that could indeed led to a breakthrough discovery and its commercialisation by industry. These nebulous unquantifiable search projects are the lifeblood of all good creative science... Reducing them to the lottery of their potential commercialisation value as you suggest is madness. Cheers
It's whether our own EU payments re-directed to fund UK science research projects will continue to be fully funded directly by the UK upon it's final exit. It's not a given...and that's of great concern to a high tech. and world leader of innovation. Especially since ALL current EU contributions are promised to fund the NHS.....Remember!
It's whether our own EU payments re-directed to fund UK science research projects will continue to be fully funded directly by the UK upon it's final exit. It's not a given...and that's of great concern to a high tech. and world leader of innovation.
That your only response is to be childish says all.Since they have same rights as you to live in your house you say ? Why dont you vacate, move abroad. Anywhere! OK mick, but where do you think the EU gets its funding ?
I own both stocks and couldn't fail to see the close correlation in both share price performances since PSN's results on Tuesday. Profits were up by 29% against expectations of a 26% increase. Easing worries for now, of post Brexit housing market fears. In my opinion Lloyds 2 day s/p "surge" is directly linked to PSN. But of course could be coincidental .... Cheers
Off Topic... Hope you have closed that CEY short that I'm long in. The dollar is weakening so the Gold price is increasing. There is a very strong correlation between the dollar and Gold. Apologies for my intervention and advice... Cheers
Thanks TartanLady for your kind comments. From a neutral stance....I didn't vote... the FT extract below may interest you and of course D&D :-
Britain’s scientists have benefited enormously from EU funding and the free flow of talented researchers across Europe. Like most scientists, I believed the benefits of continued membership of the bloc outweighed the costs, and would have preferred that the UK had voted to remain, in the referendum in June. But it is unwise to imagine that there were no disadvantages, and important now to look at how best to advance science in the longer term as the UK prepares for Brexit.
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