grae313 wrote:The highest powered accelerator the world has ever seen is about to open in Geneva. There will be new discoveries.
On the other hand, it is still oversaturated and not as well funded as CME.
Well, I know for sure that in theory there are way more people wanting to do it than there are spaces available, and funding is relatively poor. Not sure about experiment, but my guess is it would be similar.sltrukshan wrote:Over saturated?? Experimental side or theoretical?
I mean condensed matter experiment. It is a huge field with good funding. There is lots of room.What do you mean by CME? Do you mean condensed matter physics? But it is very broad field. What about funding for nanoscience and superconductor physics fields?
Bio- and medical physics seem to be doing alright for themselves also.
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