A: I think people don't just migrate for the sake of equipment. They go because there is an overall environment in which they want to work. Like they have colleagues with whom they interact. And freedom, less bureaucracy and so on. There are many reasons as to why people migrate. Another is that they go abroad to study, as I did, and then they get used to the lifestyle there, the freedom and the scientific environment and then it's hard for them to come back. That might just be a stronger reason and that's where probably most of the brain drain is, where they go as students and don't come back.