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This Thanksgiving, we bring you four portraits of immigrants in tech—from the C-Suite to the gig economy.
If nations and their research institutions are to produce more impactful science, they need to encourage scientists to travel, collaborate and work across borders.
The number of EU students applying to UK undergraduate courses with an October deadline has risen in 2017.
An analysis of researchers' global mobility reveals that limiting the circulation of scholars will damage the scientific system, say Cassidy R.
International mobility and collaboration are linked to stronger research.
Having an affiliation in more than one country appears to have benefits.
This week’s Nobel winners will have drawn on teams, often multinational.
The Society has published new evidence on international mobility and collaboration, to deepen our understanding of how, where and why researchers move to and from the UK.
Scientists, engineers and technical students among those covered by Obama-era protections.
As foreign-born Ph.Ds and post-docs ponder their future in an uncertain political climate.
President said ‘Make Our Planet Great Again’ — and researchers signed up.
Affordable dwellings are rare in many areas where junior researchers want to study or work.
Forty-eight per cent of universities report drop in overseas undergraduate ‘yield’, following election of divisive president
Justices overturn lower court rulings on policy targeting people from six majority-Muslim countries.
Globe-trotting scientists are surprisingly hard to track, but data from ORCID provide a window into their movements.
Despite migration of scientists, eastern European paper output has increased.
Brain drain to Western nations has apparently left researchers in Eastern Europe with fewer foreign co-authors.
ESF kicks off a career tracking survey of doctorate holders with nine research performing and funding organisations on board.
Massive funding cuts in the president's proposed budget could be more devastating than any threat posed by illegal immigrants.
International student applications were down at nearly 40% of U.S. schools surveyed.