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Ad Astra
Young Romanian Scientists' Journal
Volume 1, Issue 2, 2002

Viewpoint

Science in post-communist Romania: The future is not inviting
Liviu Giosan, Tudor I. Oprea

Focus

The future belongs to multinational science
Interview with Nobel prize laureate George Emil Palade

Publishing in international and regional journals serves the author's purposes
Interview with Tibor Braun, leading chemist and scientometrist

From outside

Strengths and weaknesses of Romanian scientists reflect the society at large
Interview with Karen Schmidt, environmental journalist

Perspectives & concepts

First remote observation between IRTF-Hawaii and Observatoire de Meudon
Mirel Bīrlan

North Atlantic Oscillation
Roxana Bojariu

Reproducibility in computer-intensive sciences
Ioan Vlad

Practical advice

How to best represent yourself during a job interview
Tudor I. Oprea

 

Editors in charge of this issue: Liviu Giosan, Tudor Oprea, Razvan Florian

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ISSN 1583-0462

   
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