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  1. Hello very nice Blog , thanks for this.

  2. sd

     /  May 19, 2013

    What is the best way to leverage a recent successful Fulbright experience in physics to obtain a permanent executive university position that includes a professorship? I apply my capabilities in physics for (e.g, Missile) Defense, Energy, Space Exploration, technology transfer with medical applications and public outreach / education. Thank you


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