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India and the future of science

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Published on Aug 10, 2008

India might be the 12th largest economy but its place in the scientific world may be at risk, according to a leading Indian scientist who delivered a public lecture at UNSW.

Speaking about science in the past, present and future, Professor CNR Rao warned that India isn't producing enough PhDs to power its continuing contribution to scientific research and technology development.

UNSW Media:
Dan Gaffney | 0411 156 015 | d.gaffney@unsw.edu.au

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