volume 36, issue 9, P1135-1141 2003
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-879x2003000900001
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Abstract: AbstractBrazil's scientific community is under pressure. Each year there is an increase in its contribution to international science and in the number of students who are trained to do research and teach at an advanced level. Most of these activities are carried out in state and federal universities, but with government funding that has decreased by more than 70% since 1996. Interviews with graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and professors in one university department with a strong research tradition il…

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