Inadequate funding and internal squabbling are preventing the Czech scientific community from realizing its great potential. Salaries are so low that scientists are fleeing to the West, and the country’s two most prominent scientific institutions are fighting turf wars by BYRON SEBASTIAN HROUGHOUT THE FIRST HALF OF 1995, the outcry from educators protesting the low […]

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