Nobel Prize 2014 Chemistry laureate Stefan Hell: Romania has a very good future in research

Romania has a very good future in research, provided that it carries along the positive development track of the recent years, Professor Stefan Hell, winner of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, said on Friday. “It’s very difficult for me to answer, but I saw that science in Romania evolved…...

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