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July 18, 1988 | Associated Press
A bureaucracy led by "comically obtuse leaders" with little understanding of science has stifled research in the Soviet Union for decades and left science there weak and unproductive, a leading Soviet scientist says in an article published in a U.S. journal. Roald Z.
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May 27, 1992 | BURT A. FOLKART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Irwin C. Lieb, the highly respected former dean and vice president of USC's College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and a philosopher known internationally for his efforts in bringing seven distinguished Soviet Jewish scientists to the United States to teach, is dead. A USC spokesman said Tuesday that Lieb was 66 when he died Saturday at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena of lung cancer.
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February 16, 1989
Andrei D. Sakharov, the Soviet human rights activist, said he will not run in next month's parliamentary elections unless he is nominated by the Soviet Academy of Sciences, whose leadership rejected his candidacy last month. Sakharov, a nuclear physicist, declared in a statement that he will not accept any of the other nominations he has received from around the country since Soviet scientists excluded him and several other prominent reformers in favor of conservative academy officials.
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February 16, 1989
Andrei D. Sakharov, the Soviet human rights activist, said he will not run in next month's parliamentary elections unless he is nominated by the Soviet Academy of Sciences, whose leadership rejected his candidacy last month. Sakharov, a nuclear physicist, declared in a statement that he will not accept any of the other nominations he has received from around the country since Soviet scientists excluded him and several other prominent reformers in favor of conservative academy officials.
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May 27, 1992 | BURT A. FOLKART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Irwin C. Lieb, the highly respected former dean and vice president of USC's College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and a philosopher known internationally for his efforts in bringing seven distinguished Soviet Jewish scientists to the United States to teach, is dead. A USC spokesman said Tuesday that Lieb was 66 when he died Saturday at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena of lung cancer.
NEWS
July 18, 1988 | Associated Press
A bureaucracy led by "comically obtuse leaders" with little understanding of science has stifled research in the Soviet Union for decades and left science there weak and unproductive, a leading Soviet scientist says in an article published in a U.S. journal. Roald Z.
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