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In today’s polarized political environment, public discussion about refugees and migrants has become heated and muddled. Nature examines the facts around migration and the increasing use of technology to monitor people’s mobility. And we talk to scientists about their experiences and concerns when moving between, and living and working in, other countries.

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    Political change is causing scientists worldwide to worry about how immigration law might affect their ability to do research.

    Nature (01 March 2017)

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