Mexican and affected researchers demonstrate near the Senate to protest against the disappearance of 109 trusts.Galo Cañas / CUARTOSCURO
Indignation and desire to resist.
For the science professor at UNAM and member of the Antonio Lazcano National College, these are the states of mind that characterize his Mexican peers in the face of the disqualifications of President López Obrador.
The scientist warns that eliminating support and trusts for science will create a crisis, where Mexican talent, and foreigners working in our country, will have to seek to develop in other countries.
Despite this, Lazcano is betting that Mexican scientists, as they have done for decades, will resist the disdain of these politicians, as they previously resisted those of other parties.
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