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April 27th, 2006
Bai Chunli appeared surprised when a reporter asked him for his reaction to being elected a foreign associate of the National Academy of Sciences in the United States.
"I think the fast development of Chinese science has drawn increased attention from the US academy," said Bai, 51, who is considered to be at the forefront of China's molecular nanostructure and nanotechnology study.
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