Tag Archives: science in Europe
Funding research – are we just trying to be too perfect?
Bureaucracy undermines research in Greece
Top Trumped: what does the US election mean for science and Europe?
Donald Trump’s imminent arrival at the White House has blown a cold wind through the scientific community. In this article, Arran Frood, investigates the likely impact the Trump presidency could have on research in Europe. He also explores how a likely change in science policy in the US may result in a shift of the centre of gravity of research, particularly in certain disciplines. Finally, there could be some consequences for the mobility and career of scientists themselves. Read more [...]