Science Policy in Japan

  title={Science Policy in Japan},
  author={H. Hayashida},
  pages={1567 - 1567}
The author is Director-General of the Science and International Affairs Bureau of the Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture in Japan. In November 1995, the Japanese Diet enacted the Science and Technology Basic Law. The law was introduced by a group of legislators in the Diet itself, rather than being proposed by the government as is usually the case, which is an indication of the level of concern in Japan about national science and technology (S&T) development. The Japanese… Expand
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