China's rise as a major contributor to science and technology.

  title={China's rise as a major contributor to science and technology.},
  author={Yu Xie and Chunni Zhang and Qing Lai},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  volume={111 26},
In the past three decades, China has become a major contributor to science and technology. China now employs an increasingly large labor force of scientists and engineers at relatively high earnings and produces more science and engineering degrees than the United States at all levels, particularly bachelor's. China's research and development expenditure has been rising. Research output in China has been sharply increasing since 2002, making China the second largest producer of scientific… CONTINUE READING
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