Promoting scientific excellence in the developing world

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Since 1964, scientists from developing countries have come to Trieste, Italy, to study and conduct research at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics. Fernando Quevedo, the Guatemalan physicist who directs the centre, explains how it tries to make a difference to scientific development in the global South.