Brexit and international relationships
The IOP believes international collaboration and funding can benefit the UK economy, and that these relationships can help to meet the Grand Challenges.
Physics is an international science, which addresses global challenges.
The IOP believes international collaboration and funding can benefit the UK economy, and that these relationships can help to meet the Grand Challenges identified by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.
Latest policy documents
- November 2019 IOP Response to Migration Advisory Committee Call for Evidence on Salary Threshold and Points-based System Commission (Download PDF, 393KB)
- September 2019 IOP paper setting out the key issues to affect physics in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit, and the steps being taken by the British government and European Union to mitigate negative consequences where possible (Download PDF, 416KB)
- May 2019 IOP Submission to Sir Adrian Smith's review of future frameworks for international collaboration on research and innovation (Download PDF, 265KB)
- February 2018 IOP Submission to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee on the risks and opportunities for UK science, research and innovation after Brexit (Download PDF, 91KB)
- January 2018 IOP submission to the Migration Advisory Committee inquiry call for evidence on the impacts of international students in the UK (Download PDF, 121KB)
- October 2017 IOP submission to the Migration Advisory Committee inquiry into EEA workers in the UK labour market (Download PDF, 219KB)
- August 2017 IOP submission to the House of Lords EU Energy and Environment sub-committee inquiry into Brexit and energy security (Download PDF, 212KB)
Find out about how the UK’s new relationship with the EU impacts physics in our Brexit hub.