“Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed: everything else is public relations.” ― George Orwell
If you actually do research and even go further to publish your findings in peer-review biomedical journals, the problem is that the very same institution where you studied then makes every effort to suppress your ideas because are a clear threat to vested interests.
Perhaps a “highly qualified researcher” according to Ph.D programs in Colombia is a euphemism:
It is whether a ghost in the machine writing a grant proposal or spending hours in the lab cooking recipes with chemical or biological ingredients.
Perhaps it is probably the same outside Colombia: it is a globalized pale blue dot anyway.
“Academic freedom — crucial to a thriving democracy. The 1946 context…
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