Shifting Policies in the U.S. Impact Science

Carlos López-Mariscal

Scientific advancement and international collaborations are feeling the negative effects of increasingly difficult visa and travel policies in the U.S.

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Modern science is conducted on a global stage—it depends on freedom of movement. Movement of students, engineers and academic and industrial researchers fuels new ideas. Scientific progress should not be restricted by the artificial lines that we define as national borders.

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Publish Date: 01 April 2020

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