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February 02, 2018 Friday 12:41:01 PM IST

China has become a research superpower

International Edu News

2nd February, 2018: The biennial Science and Engineering Indicators published by the United States National Science Foundation and the National Science Board (a voluminous document describing the state of American technology) suggests that china has become or is on the verge of becoming a scientific and technical superpower. Traditionally science and technology constitute the knowledge base for economically advanced societies and military powers. It is quite natural that China, who aspires to become the world leader in both, enormously enhances its research prowess, the report suggests.

 

According to the Indicators report, China has become the second-largest spender in research and development and correspondingly these is an explosion in technical papers by researchers from People’s Republic of China.


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