We're less than 4 weeks from the referendum and people in the academic community are already feeling the pain of Brexit :-(
Groups are asked to withdraw from funding proposals because their would-be partners feel that having a British partner may damage their chances with the sponsors.
Others are being asked to take a backseat from projects and leadership is being switched to other countries for the same reason.
British businesses are already losing funding. One, in the article below, has been involved in EU thruster costing development for the last 30 years. According to the managing director their funding has already been dried up.
These are real people and real jobs. It is unlikely they will be the last, they certainly haven't been the first.
Was the satisfaction of lodging a protest vote against the current political machine really worth it?
BBC News: UK scientists speak about Brexit pain