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'Helping to rebuild Croatia'

Sep 11th 2009

"Most of the threats and dangers facing the contemporary world can be neither prevented nor reduced by military power and deterrence. The 21st century demands a knowledge-based society," said professor Šlaus to his collegue Paul Guinnessy for the prestigious journal Physics Today.

In the last issue of this magazine, the most influential and closely followed physics magazine in the world, published by the American Institute, the author writes about the central role of professor Šlaus in rebuilding of science and education in Croatia, his political engagement in the country and abroad, and his involvement in bringing together scientists from NATO and non-NATO countries to work on scientific research and on counterterrorism. In the article Helping to rebuild Croatia you can also find out how and why exactly should physicians be able to offer a solution to the problems and challenges facing the contemporary society.

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