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Mon, April 10, 2017, noon:
Elizabeth Bruch

Yu Xie

Xie and Killewald say American science still strong

a PSC In The News reference, 2012

"Global Science: U.S. is still in the game" - ISR - Sampler. 06/14/2012.

Although concerned about salaries and PhD rates in scientific areas, Yu Xie and Alexandra Achen Killewald are generally optimistic about the future strength of science in the U.S., as outlined in their recently published book Is American Science in Decline?.

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Yu Xie

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CBS Detroit. Global Science: UM Prof Says U.S. Still In The Game. 06/14/2012.

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