Any mass resignation at a large public research facility raises concern. That INEST is one of the nation’s key nuclear research centres is especially worrying. Photo: Handout Any mass resignation at a large public research facility raises concern. That INEST is one of the nation’s key nuclear research centres is especially worrying. Photo: Handout
Any mass resignation at a large public research facility raises concern. That INEST is one of the nation’s key nuclear research centres is especially worrying. Photo: Handout
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China must act now before the brain drain worsens

  • After dozens of people abruptly resigned from one of China’s premier nuclear research facilities, authorities must examine whether scientists are being given a fair deal

Any mass resignation at a large public research facility raises concern. That INEST is one of the nation’s key nuclear research centres is especially worrying. Photo: Handout Any mass resignation at a large public research facility raises concern. That INEST is one of the nation’s key nuclear research centres is especially worrying. Photo: Handout
Any mass resignation at a large public research facility raises concern. That INEST is one of the nation’s key nuclear research centres is especially worrying. Photo: Handout
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