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Science In China
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Science In China

Science In China

Science In China
Only Available in Archive Formats.

When we talk about international science, China doesn't often come to mind. But perhaps it should. At a time when their economy is booming and many western-trained scientists are returning to China, officials are committing more money to research and development efforts. In this hour of Science Friday, we'll take a look at China's science goals, and what scientists in the US are doing to contribute. Guests: Rita Colwell President University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute College Park, Maryland Bai Lu Chief Unit of Synapse Development and Plasticity National Institutes of Health Bethesda, Maryland Arthur Fisher Science Editor Emeritus Popular Science New York, New York Listeners call in

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