Serbian scientists are up in arms after the science and education ministries were merged in a restructuring of the government last month.
Within a day of the announcement a Facebook group formed, currently with close to 4,000 members, and then a website with a petition which has been signed by more than 5,000 scientists and academics, roughly half of the country’s scientific workforce, within a week.
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