Study Shows How Italy Faces Brain Drain That Defies Expectations
A brain drain of emigrating researchers might not be as bad as it sounds for Italy, according to an analysis that found that the worst-performing - as well as the best - researchers were leaving the country.
U.S. Climate Scientists Flee For France To 'Make Our Planet Great Again'
Fourteen climate researchers, including six from U.S. universities, have been selected for French President Emmanuel Macron’s “Make Our Planet Great Again” initiative. The scientists applied to move to France to carry out climate science projects in the country’s top research laboratories.
Science and engineering fields saw a 6 percent decrease in international graduate students from the fall of 2016 to the fall of 2017, and almost all of that decrease was concentrated in two fields: computer science and engineering. This follows steady increases from 2005 to 2015 and comes at a time when demand for tech workers outstrips supply.
My Uncle, CEO of Intel, Time Person of the Year and an Immigrant
My uncle immigrated to the United States in 1956 with no assets, a brilliant mind, ambition, and a faith that America was a great country of opportunity. He escaped from Hungary, a country of communists, at the time a source of great fear among many US politicians. If the US President at his time were making policy similar to our President today, my uncle would’ve never been allowed in the US.