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Ad Astra
Young Romanian Scientists' Journal
Volume 2, Issue 1, 2003

Viewpoint

To be, or not to be … a researcher in Romania?
Tudor I. Oprea

Why would I return to Romania to be a scientist?
Dan Pantos

What if we were to return to Romania?
Serban D. Costa

The pros and cons of practicing scientific research in Romania
Paula Zimbrean

Staying or going - the perspective of a senior graduate student
Cornelia I. Blaga

Why doing research in Romania is a brilliant idea
Sergiu Moroianu

Making science in post-communist Romania?
Vlad Avrigeanu

Research in Natural Sciences - a Romanian perspective
Speranta Avram

The deer with a star on his forehead
Corina Vasile

Stories about research in Romania
Mirel Bīrlan (in Romanian)

Analysis

The state of research in Romania: I. The PhD studies
(in Romanian)

From outside

Open letter on PhD studies in Romania
Sanda Clejan

Perspectives & concepts

Industrial Affiliate Programs: A win-win deal between industry and academia
Ioan Vlad

On the Future of "Global Television": An economic and historical approach to understanding the basics and trajectory of world television
Flavius Stan

 

Editor in charge of this issue: Tudor Oprea

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ISSN 1583-0462

   
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