LONDON A group of Britains most eminent scientists have backed the project for the UK to continue to be in the European Union, saying that leaving might damage research.In a letter to

The Daily Telegraph, published on Saturday, 13 Nobel Laureates including John Gurdon, Peter Higgs and Paul Nurse stated the EU allows researchers to move freely and work together in methods that would be lost if Britain votes to stop the 28-member bloc. A referendum will be held on June 23.

The researchers also state that European financing would be cut if Britain voted to pull out of the 28-member EU.Brexit assertions that the Treasury will make up this deficiency are ignorant and complacent, offered that succeeding governments have actually permitted Britain to languish well below the OECD and EU averages in its research financial investment as a proportion of GDP, they stated in the letter. Science … flourishes in environments that

pool intelligence, reduce barriers and are open to free exchange and collaboration.Most polls ahead of the referendum have painted an inconsistent image, with neither side establishing a constant lead. A British exit would have profound ramifications for politics and the economy in Britain and beyond. The Remain project has actually received the backing of lots of popular company leaders, huge companies and banks as

well as institutions such as the International Monetary Fund. Its Leave rivals have brought in less support from the ranks of big business. Nevertheless, on Friday billionaire business owner James Dyson came out in favour of Britain exiting the EU, a substantial endorsement for the Leave camp.( Reporting by James Davey; Editing by Mark Heinrich)