What does the result mean for staff working on EU-funded Horizon 2020 projects at the University of Edinburgh, one of our TETRACOM Steering Committee members? Read out for details at: http://www.ed.ac.uk/news/eu/staff
"Edinburgh is and always will be a truly global university and I think it is very important to stress in times of uncertainty the stability and strength of the institution both financially and also in terms of its reputation. All the indicators of success, whether they be research excellence, student recruitment or partnerships with industry, show the University to be in a very solid position from which to face the changes and challenges ahead. Our priority will be to maintain our research and exchange partnerships across Europe." - Professor Sir Timothy O'Shea FRSE, Principal & Vice-Chancellor, The University of Edinburgh
Full statement: http://www.ed.ac.uk/news/2016/statement-on-eu-referendum-result
Let's hope that cross-boarder technology transfer activities between UK and Europe will remain an active part of research and innovation!