This is the Specific Star Trek Anniversary Concern of Stardate, the fan-made Star Trek News Magazine for the year 1976. From this point of view the roles of European integrations and the brain drain phenomenon boost in significance, and it is the objective of this study to give some parameters that have influence on science in Croatia, the academic and intellectual labour marketplace and brain drain. This quantity is explicitly indicating that the good quality (and quantity) of science production ought to be improved not only in terms of the quantity of scientists involved, but also in the opening of new scientific fields and projects with acceptable systems of monetary assistance.
Croatia’s investment in science is hugely disproportionate in comparison with that of the EU, USA and Nordic nations (Figure 4), especially taking into account that the the statistics for Croatia contains the greater education expenditure as well. An additional point need to put be forward about the financing of science in Croatia: the almost full dependency on budgetary funding of science (Figure 7) in comparison to the EU and USA.
1 of the really optimistic trends in strengthening the young researchers infrastructure in Croatia was the establishment of fellowships by the Ministry of Science for junior assistants with proven academic excellence. Inadequate science policy i.e. insufficient investment in science infrastructure is getting a negative influence on the specialist status of Croatian scientists.
Their distribution by scientific fields in 2003 is illustrated in Figure 9. These fellowships offer you help to superb young scientists while they are taking their Master of Science and PhD degrees. Once more, Table 18 is far more illustrative presentations of Table 17 displaying the biggest number of complete-time employed staff in the engineering field (2015) and followed by biomedicine (1324). The provided statistical data and figures illustrate the education profile in science and larger education in Croatia in the final decade.
According to the statement of the former Croatian Ministry of Science in April 2003 (G. Flego (7)) the official state estimation is that around five,000 very educated men and women left the country in between 1991-2001 (with remark that the quantity could not at any rate exceed 10,000). A week later she called and said the lab recommended a biopsy, I believed that was what she sent.