Science and scientists under attack
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It has happened, therefore it can happen again (Primo Levi)
A recent Editorial published in your journal illustrated the condition of Ukrainian scientists during the invasion of their country by the aggressor Russian Federation: killed, at the front, or refugees. Just as the international democratic community supports Ukraine from the attack and already plans reconstruction, the scientific community is urged to support its Ukrainian colleagues and their scientific networks.
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