Editorial – The impact of physics in the European economy

By Luisa Cifarelli. Published on 25 March 2013 in:
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Since its establishment in 1968, the European Physical Society [EPS] has held a dual role of learned society and federation of National Member Societies. After 45 years, these Member Societies are 41 and the EPS represents a very large and varied community of physicists. One of the main objectives of the EPS is to give them a coherent voice on matters of common relevance, despite the existence of much educational, scientific, social and geographic diversity.

Along this line, one of the crucial issues to be addressed in today’s evolving European scenario is related to…

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