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Bad News for Britain?

Since the UK voted to leave the European Union, things have been a little confusing for Britain's science community, The New York Times reports. Entrepreneurs who were counting on Britain's membership in the Union to make it easier to do business throughout the continent are now rethinking their plans to stay in the UK.

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