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Scientists May Boycott U.S. Meetings

by admin on 10th-February-2017

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Last week, members of the International Astronomical Union (IAU), the Organizing Committee of the Commission G2 Massive Stars announced it would not hold any meetings in the United States as long as the ban on seven Muslim countries is in place. The committee reportedly encouraged the entire IAU to do the same. Although the IAU has not given an indication as to whether it will hold meetings in the U.S. during the boycott, it did express its profound concern regarding the impact the ban could have on international collaboration in astronomy as well as with the mobility of scientists. 

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