Another British Invention lost to others

The development process already seems like a mini United Nations anyway - I can't see what your problem is. To me, the most important thing is that sizeable funding is being put behind the project and the "British" team (Russian born scientists at manchester University) are part of the larger EU project.
It's the hoops and consortia hurdles they have to overcome to secure the funding from the EU. The mere fact is there are more Asian countries taking out patents on this new technology, yet haven't put anything meaningful into the research.

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