Academic and industrial researchers hold differing views on whether--and how severely--the chemistry profession is suffering
They worry that the U.S. will fail to attract the young scientific hopefuls needed to replace the chemists who will be either retired or deceased by the end of the 1990s; they add muscle to their warning with the prediction that if academic chemistry falls, so will American industry. They...
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