Minnesota lures top theorists from leading Soviet institutes

Sweet, William
February 1991
Physics Today;Feb91, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p83
Academic Journal
Announces five appointments to the University of Minnesota's institute for theoretical physics permanent faculty, all to be held by Soviet scientists. Profiles of Soviet appointees; Adjustment period for Soviet physicists; Reasons Soviets chose to come to Minneapolis; Choosing the scientists; Other universities benefitting from freedom Soviet scientists now have to travel.


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