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An open letter to the Spanish PM from an émigré researcher

di Amaya Moro-Martin, pubblicato su The Guardian 20.12.2015 Two years ago we published an open letter from a Spanish astrophysicist to Mariano Rajoy on the occasion...

Bitterness cannot be avoided but should not turn into rejection

“But do not be bitter, please. Our countries need both of us, and we them (…); bitterness perhaps cannot be avoided, but it should...

A call to those who care about Europe’s science

Better collaboration is a laudable goal, but that alone will not be enough to fix the damage caused by Europe’s falling investment, says Amaya...

Problems of research in Spain

Amaya Moro Martin of the Space Telescope Institute, answers to questions about the situation of research in Spain (this interview was made by Carlo di Foggia...

The crisis of the Italian research and university system

Slides of the talk presented at the meeting  “Is science contributing to the division of Europe or can it help secure a common future?...

Blame game emerges over innovation divide

Commission ‘not responsible’ for crisis in southern states By Laura Greenhalgh in Copenhagen (Source: Research Europe) Research Europe 03-07-2014   The European Commission and national researchers have clashed over...

News from Science in Europe

  France is not the only European country where public research and higher education are badly treated by their respective governments. In Spain, CSIC, the equivalent...

European Science is dead: long live European Science!

Presentation at the " European Science is dead: long live European Science!" from Francesco Sylos Labini European Science is dead! (Source: http://euroscientist.com/2013/11/european-science-is-dead-long-live-european-science/) European science is dead! This is due to...

Farewell letter to the Spanish PM from a scientist who is...

Last week, the astrophysicist Amaya Moro-Martín published an open letter to the Spanish prime minister, attracting a great deal of attention and generating some...

Southern European scientists become activists as recession bites

  A line of people in white coat queuing in front of Valencia’s train station is quite an unusual sight. Yet, this scene was not...