Thursday, 23 June 2016

Quotedown to thesis submission

Although the country has been a scientific powerhouse since the 19th century, its recent performance owes a lot to an inflow of EU funding, which has compensated for flat UK government support. Britain contributes 12 per cent to the total EU budget but receives more than 15 per cent of its science funding — and it wins a particularly large share of grants from the European Research Council set up in 2007 to support world-class science.

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