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Science in China: Planting a tall tree

Nature volume 301, pages 280284 (27 January 1983) | Download Citation

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A correspondent with wide experience of Chinese affairs describes the state of science in China in the wake of the Cultural Revolution and speculates on the possibilities for the future.

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