UNESCO Science Report 2005

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The UNESCO science report 2005 reviews the state of science around the world in the first years of the Third Millennium. Through the eyes of an independent team of experts, the report identifies and discusses emerging trends in research and higher education. Each chapter describes how research and development are organized in a given country or region. Who is performing R&D today? Where and with what means? What are the new priorities? The report is intended to serve as an invaluable collection of facts, figures and analysis for anyone with an interest in understanding how contemporary issues are shaping science. The UNESCO Science Report 2005 is the fourth in a series which periodically presents a global overview of the state of science. Its well-received predecessor, the World Science Report, was published by UNESCO in 1998.

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