We’ve put together a quick-look factsheet for anyone that wants to see the arguments at a glance. You may also want to download, print and distribute these at events, at work or amongst your friends and family.

Please click the PDF download image (below) to access the PDF version of the factsheet:



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  • jayendra patil
    @jayendr09218403 tweeted link to this page. 2019-04-17 14:22:12 +0100
    E-Aadhaar is as valid as the original Aadhaar. Users can get e-Aadhaar, download on their mobile phones and also check the status of their Aadhaar online. check https://www.aadharstatus.online visit more http://www.scientistsforeu.uk/factsheet?recruiter_id=594606
  • john jocabe
    @JJocabe tweeted link to this page. 2019-03-09 13:22:34 +0000
    download on their mobile phones and also check the status of their Aadhaar online. check eaadharcarddownload.info visit site http://www.scientistsforeu.uk/factsheet?recruiter_id=589761
  • Steven Kenyon
    commented 2018-11-28 13:36:35 +0000
    I’ve read the fact sheet but I’m pretty sure that it won’t bring about an end to cross border collaborations … and we certainly won’t be working as a lone nation in science.
    Change, as we all know, is an opportunity that should be seized with both hands and as the saying goes, an optimist sees opportunity in every difficulty, a pessimist sees difficulty at every opportunity.
    Yes of course there will be difficulties, but perhaps it’s time to ease ourselves out of our comfy armchairs and do whatever we need to do to make it work instead of wasting our energies on complaining. Nobody likes to work with complainers.
  • Elke Duncker
    commented 2018-10-16 13:57:27 +0100
    Thank you for this fact sheet. I am distributing it among my colleagues and use it to promote the organisation.
  • Alex Pollard
    commented 2017-10-09 15:00:22 +0100
    HI there,
    Great work guys, but I thought I’d point outr a problem with your website: When using Chrome as a browser the headline buttons (e.g Resources) produce a drop-down of sub-links, but as soon as you move your cursor away from the headline button the drop-down disappears, so it’s not possible to click on them!