The UK science community draws vital benefits from EU membership and could lose influence in the event of an exit, says a House of Lords report out this week.
UK researchers placed a high value on collaboration opportunities afforded by EU membership.
A number also believe the UK would lose its ability to influence EU science policy in the event of leaving - something that's disputed by pro-Brexit campaigners. To debate the ins and outs of being in or out of the EU, Adam is joined by Viscount Matt Ridley, a member of the committee, and Professor Paul Boyle, the Vice Chancellor of Leicester University and former president of Science Europe.
Scientists at Aarhus University in Copenhagen are developing a quantum computer. To help them solve a particular problem, they have turned to human brain power, harnessing our ability to play computer games. The team have designed video games, such as BringWaterHome - that are helping them to understand the problem of 'slosh'- that atoms move about
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