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Victor Rabinowitch Memorial Symposium (Why the Silence) - Shared screen with speaker view
Hassan Virji
32:56
Vic was at BOSTID of NAS. No information on that intros montage?!
John Slocum
34:20
I could not hear Alex at all
Hassan Virji
35:01
Same here; no sound with the photo tribute. Hope recording will have it.
Christopher Addison
38:40
We apologize for the technical difficulties. The narrated audio version of the presentation will be shared with the recording of the webinar. We will be sending up a follow-up email to all attendees to share when the material is available.
John Slocum
39:38
thanks!!
Noel Stott
43:49
Thanks - thats great
Gerson Sher
55:56
20 MINUTES!!!!
Christopher Addison
55:56
https://www.crdfglobal.org/sites/default/files/Why%20the%20Silence_Graham_1.pdf
Gerson Sher
01:27:17
Awwwwwww
Christopher Addison
01:35:54
Please find the narrated video tribute to Victor Rabinowitch at the link below.
Christopher Addison
01:35:56
https://crdfglobal.zoom.us/rec/share/tq-sGn6nkR9i-TNJS2I9JUx20fq569_3gVzKlbkC9Dwm23ONbAViO2YDEjIWxzc.hNfvvyHmkr4zqR-W
Valentina Markusova
02:03:07
Thank you very much for excellent speakers and very interesting workshop!
Hassan Virji
02:11:34
To Gerson and CRDF colleagues: Thank you for organizing this excellent tribute to Vic. Superb symposium
Valentina Markusova
02:18:54
10% of Russian research productivity by web of Science belongs to Russia-American collaboration. USA is number one Russian partner still.
Valentina Markusova
02:26:38
NIH and NSF are still support Russian research according to Web of Science.
Gerson Sher
02:27:06
The greatest number of NSF-funded projects with Russia has shifted to the social sciences.
Valentina Markusova
02:28:34
I have to check it. If you use Scopus , itindexzed a lot of useless journals.
Noel Stott
02:34:42
Thanks for the really interesting event. Logging off…from South Africa…
Kennette Benedict
02:35:00
Thank you all for an immensely informative and inspiring symposium. A pleasure to see all of you.
Margret Trumbull
02:37:07
Superb!
Mary Page
02:47:57
Thank you for a wonderful tribute to Victor and his work.
Natalie Goldring
02:57:37
Vic would have appreciated the extent to which people used the events of the past and the present to suggest ways to build cooperation in the future.