Prospects bleak for Yugoslavian scientists

Rich, Vera
July 1991
New Scientist;7/13/91, Vol. 131 Issue 1777, p15
Reports that the rise of nationalism in Serbia has virtually destroyed scientific cooperation between the six republics and two autonomous provinces of Yugoslavia, according to Croatian physicist and peace activist Ivan Supek. Responsibility for funding of science given to the republics; Republics in Yugoslavia whose science will survive if the country were to crumble completely.


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