Researchers rage at tightened restrictions on US immigration

Brumfiel, Geoff
April 2003
Nature;4/3/2003, Vol. 422 Issue 6931, p457
Academic Journal
Reports on the reaction of scientific researchers to the immigration procedure introduced by the United States in wake of the September 11, terrorists attacks in 2001. Implications of the immigration restrictions for the scientific research; Threat posed by the restriction to the position of the U.S. as the destination choice of researchers; Benefits of the immigration procedure to universities in Europe.


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