German Science in a Changing World

@article{Markl1996GermanSI,
  title={German Science in a Changing World},
  author={H. Markl},
  journal={Science},
  year={1996},
  volume={272},
  pages={791 - 791}
}
The author is professor of biology at the University of Konstanz and president-elect of the Max-Planck-Society. It comes as no surprise that Germany, half a decade after the breakdown of a precarious political stability and facing the challenges posed by reunification and global economic markets, is struggling to find its new position in the world. Perhaps spoilt by past success, Germans are learning the hard way that a successful future depends on making the best use of one's innovative… Expand
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