Scientists are often asked why they prefer to work in the US, but in many cases, it seems that they don’t care.
Some scientists, for example, believe that the US is a safer environment.
In a recent interview with Russian news website Ria Novosti, Russian science adviser to the UN Vitaly Dubin suggested that the reason scientists are not working in the United States is because they are not willing to take risks.
Dubin, who was formerly the head of the Russian Academy of Sciences’ research department, said that “it’s not the scientific environment that is problematic, but the cultural and ideological background that is the problem.
That’s why we are not going to work here.”
Dubin went on to say that he does not understand why scientists who are working in a US-like environment would choose to work abroad, but that the question is worth asking.
“What we need to understand is, how do they feel in their own country?
In a certain way, in their native countries, the cultural aspects and the political aspect of it are not very different from our own country,” Dubin said.
Duby said that he has not visited Russia since he left Russia, but added that “the experience has been very positive.”
However, Duby admitted that he could not “fully understand” why Russian scientists would not go to work on the US campus, saying, “I’m not going there to try to understand why they do not want to work there.”
Duby also said that the decision of Russian scientists not to go abroad was “the result of a long-term, systemic decision.”
Russia is home to a number of scientists who were previously based in the former Soviet Union, and they are still active in Russian society.
Dubnyk, however, believes that this is not the reason why Russian science is not moving abroad.
“They are still actively engaged in Russia and it’s very hard to find a job, not because they have not been working, but because they haven’t been able to find the right job,” Dubnyks statement reads.
Dubinsky, on the other hand, does not believe that Russian scientists are being deterred by the US climate change policies.
“I think that the United State is in a better situation because of its global leadership,” Dubinsky told Al Jazeera.
“When they decided to take out the CO2 emissions from power plants, which is something that is happening right now in Europe, the US was very slow.
They were also able to slow down the expansion of natural gas.
So I think that, yes, the situation has changed.”