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Underfunding, chronic structural deficiencies and lack of proper evaluation are acutely harming Greek science. The only way forward is to increase investment in human capital and infrastructure, coupled with organizational reforms and a change of government attitude towards research.
In spite of substantial progress over the past 35 years, underfunding and lack of evaluation are preventing Greek research and technology from reaching its true potential. A coordinated effort between government, academia and industry could lead to viable solutions to the current crisis.
The recent economic crisis has drastically affected research and development in Greece, but competitive research goes on, says Eleftherios Economou, a founder of the Foundation of Research and Technology Hellas (FORTH) research centre in Greece, and former General Secretary for research and...
Experiments and simulations show that coherent twin boundaries, commonly believed to be perfect, are riddled with kinks and other defects.
In addition to manipulating the charge or spin of electrons, another way to control electric current is by using the 'valley' degree-of-freedom of electrons. The first demonstration of the generation, transport and detection of valley-polarized electrons in bulk diamond now opens up new...
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