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December 1st, 2006

China's 15-year science and technology plan

Abstract:
Although agriculture, energy, the environment, health, and resources receive unprecedented attention in the MLP, the physical sciences underlie many priority areas such as new materials. Most of the 13 engineering megaprojects are directly related to the physical sciences; the program in core electronic components, high-end generic chips, and basic software is an example. Physical scientists will also play an important role in the development of frontier technologies, and two of the four science megaprojects—quantum research and nanotechnology—are in the physical sciences. Moreover, protein science, another science megaproject, will take advantage of modern facilities built for nuclear magnetic resonance analysis.

Source:
physicstoday.org

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