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Ad Astra
Young Romanian Scientists' Journal
Volume 3, Issue 1, 2004



Matematica - un hobby
Liviu Ornea (in Romanian)

America and me
Cecilia Voiculescu


Shakespeare wrote for all of us, whereas Newton wrote for the happy few
An interview with Alexandru Buium

Culture, society and science

The culture of science
Zoltán Sylvester

Einstein's violin
Cecilia Voiculescu

Do scientists need to have a civic attitude?
Bogdan Cranganu-Cretu

Women and science

(Com)promises in institutionalizing gender studies
Laura Grunberg

Etre chercheuse, aujourd'hui, dans l'enseignement supérieur médical de Roumanie
Carmen Stoia (in French)

Italian (research) story
Rosa Gini


The article "What is missing - a structured researcher profession?" by Monica Alexandru was removed from this issue because it was a plagiarism.

Editor in charge of this issue: Liviu Ornea

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