Over 200 researchers took part in a survey into the barriers they face to travelling for work. We know that junior researchers are travelling less than any other group, but we wanted to find out why.

This is what we discovered:

Learn more:

Stories: Researchers Share Their Stories of Travel Barriers

Analysis: Why Junior Researchers are Travelling Less

In numbers: Why Junior Researchers are Travelling Less

International travel is a fundamental part of research, but our recent global survey of researchers demonstrates that junior researchers are travelling considerably less than their senior colleagues. We want to know why.

Are junior researchers choosing to travel less, or is there a lack of opportunities and support for those who want to visit and work abroad?

Have you been affected by this issue? We want to hear from you on why you think junior researchers are travelling less. Take part in our 1-minute survey.

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