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Message de lycia13 posté le 27-04-2009 à 11:39:42 (S | E | F)
Pourriez-vous jetter un coup d'oeil à mon "outline" svp.
Merci d'avance pour votre aide.
With the current development of new technologies, the sharing of research conclusions can extend all around the world. However, although we attend a brain drain towards the best equipped countries, in return, there is a cooperation between these immigrant researchers and their country or origin. So, the place of the research really has an importance or it is necessary to privilege on the contrary an international cooperation with all the countries, even the developing nations?
The science has never known borders, always we were able to notice a correspondence between those who "looked for". However, the international scientific cooperation becomes more important still as the globalization is set. We are not even close of the years 39-45 when every scientific team kept jealously its secrets to have a strategic advantage in front of other. Programs such as INCO proves it : it coordinates cooperation with developing nations and the European contribution to the world research efforts (on the greenhouse effect or the human genome, for example. Naturally, the best brains will always be attracted by places (in particular the great American universities) where means and budgets which been proposed them are the most advantageous. If it can engender a leak of the grey cells in developing country, even country as France which where the efforts for the research are inadequate. In the long term, repercussions will be often beneficial for all (although the country of emigration does not get back the glory). For instance, researches as those of Françoise Barré-Sinoussi and Luc Montagnier on the HIV, benefited the rest of the world.
The science would thus have no border as shows it the numerous scientific databases on the Internet, or the simple fact that English is compulsory in scientific studies because it is the international language of articles, conferences and colloquiums. The research today is not any more divided up, it is international and interdisciplinary. In conclusion, it is not a country, but the human being in its entirety who benefits from it.