Down but not out in Siberia

Bird, Chris
February 1994
New Scientist;2/5/94, Vol. 141 Issue 1911, p12
Focuses on Akademgorodok, former Soviet Union's showcase science town. Claims from Moscow; Background on Akademgorodok; Population; Facilities and accelerators; Funding needs; Outline of problems facing scientists; Powerlessness of the presidium of the Siberian branch of the Russian Academy of Science; Recommendations of David Shapiro; Operation of more commercial lines; Focus on nuclear physics.


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