The impact gap: South America by the numbers

@article{Noorden2014TheIG,
  title={The impact gap: South America by the numbers},
  author={Richard Van Noorden},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2014},
  volume={510},
  pages={202-203}
}
RESEARCH SPENDING Argentina and Brazil’s spending on research and development (R&D) has shot up even faster than their economies have grown. Brazil remains the region’s only country to devote more than 1% of its economy to R&D*. PATENTS GRANTED In Brazil, nearly half of research funding comes from the business sector; in other South American nations, the share from businesses is generally much lower, a stark contrast with many industrialized countries. Poor private investment results in a small… CONTINUE READING

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