State of Science and Innovation in 2011
The scientific sphere saw continuation of the measures initiated between 2009 and 2010. The Russian research complex displayed certain positive shifts, though they fell short of being of magnitude sufficient to be mirrored by statistics. There also were alarm bells: specifically, against the backdrop of increasing budget appropriations for civil science Russian researchers’ publication activity continued to decline.
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