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|Affiliation||Institute for Society and Knowledge Studies - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences|
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|Areas of Research||Social Studies of Science, Philosophy and History of Science, Science Studies, Gender and Science, Gender and Education, Science Policy, Scientific mobility and brain drain issues|
|Biographical Info||Ph.D. degree: Jan.1978 – Dec. 1980, Institute of Philosophy (unit “Philosophy of Science”)- Bulgarian Academy of Sciences MA degree: Graduated in Physics, University of Sofia “Kl. Ohridski”, Department of Physics Some research projects: “Social Constructivism and History of Science”;1) “Social Constructivism and Philosophy of Science”, ‘Mobility, scientific careers and ‘brain drain’ issue in the context of European enlargement’,‘Regulation of scientific knowledge: From epistêmê to technê’, ,"Women and Science in Bulgaria: A study on gender stereotypes",|