The new map of science

October 22, 2012 at 3:45 pm Leave a comment

Nature recently published an interesting series of articles dealing with the migration of scientists from country-to-country as opportunities and funding opportunities grow and wane.

Today more nations – from China and India to Singapore, Brazil and South Korea – are taking their place at the high table of research alongside the traditional science superpowers. At the same time national boundaries are being transcended through collaboration networks and ‘brain circulation’. In this special issue Nature examines how the movement of people and ideas will change how science is done, how it is funded and the questions that it addresses.

For more visit: http://www.nature.com/news/specials/global/index.html

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