The scientific intelligentsia working in prestigious research institutes were among the most privileged in Soviet society. Now, as interviews with the residents of a special ‘science town’ in Siberia show, they are struggling to adapt to the collapse of state funding and the erosion of their former social status by LUDMILA RUVINSKY VARIOUS STATISTICS CAN […]

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