Nature Index 


Japan is the world’s third largest economy, but for years now it has lagged in science and research compared to smaller economies such as Germany and the United Kingdom. This Index looks at the encouraging signs that Japanese STEM is bouncing back, examining the policies and trends behind this success. Can Japanese science compete with regional rivals such as China and South Korea? What does it need, beyond money, to achieve success?

Portrait photography of Irwin Wong

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