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On issues affecting academics or researchers specifically in the early stages of their careers.

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Buffy's answer is a good one. I also wouldn't withdraw the submission, or even attendance until you know for sure that there's no funding. It's certainly worth asking the company and the new research …
answered Aug 27 '18 by Anyon
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Before worrying too much, I think you should simply ask the professor about his plans for the future. Is he actually thinking about retiring, or is this a temporary wind-down? Also keep in mind that s …
answered Jan 3 by Anyon