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Topic - Santiago Oviedo
Santiago Oviedo, a lanky 24-year-old from Madrid, is on track to get his master's degree in physics in October for a crucial milestone in his dream of becoming a researcher probing the origins of the universe.
"I don't want to go away forever, but looking at the situation how it is now, maybe that will happen," Mr. Oviedo said.
"Science isn't a priority now in Spain," Mr. Oviedo said. "The economy is terrible. A couple years ago, we had a really good public health and education system, but now they are destroying it all. When I have children, I don't want them to live here if they don't have the things I have enjoyed."