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British people will vote on 'Brexit' - whether or not to stay in or leave the European Union (EU). 'Brexit' means Britain's, or British, . It is a big for Europe. People have feelings about leaving and staying. A of 13 has come together in of staying. They are all Nobel Prize winners. The group says leaving the EU would be a "key " to British science. A spokesman said it was for for science that Britain stayed in Europe. He said: "Inside the EU, Britain helps steer the biggest scientific in the world."

A top British scientist, Stephen Hawking, said Brexit would be, "a for UK science". Other scientists say that Britain would get money from the EU for . British scientists may not work as or as closely with European . Professor Hawking said young European come to Britain to work, but this could slow down after a Brexit. However, the group Scientists For Britain says Brexit would be for British science. It says that the UK would not suffer from Brexit. It could still get money from the EU.

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