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cover UNESCO Science Report 2010

The Current Status of Science around the World

Foreword by Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO

UNESCO Reference Works series

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Livre, 538 pages, colour photographs, tables, footnotes, figures, boxes, annexes, statistical annex, references

Format: 30.3 × 21.5 cm

2010, 978-92-3-104132-7

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The latest in a series which analyses the status of science worldwide every five years, the UNESCO Science Report 2010 is divided into national and regional chapters, each written by experts who hail from the same country or region they are covering. The first chapter provides a global overview of the main developments in scientific research, innovation and higher education since 2005. Subsequent chapters provide a regional perspective of the situation in Latin America, the Caribbean, European Union, Southeast Europe, Arab states, sub-Saharan Africa, Central Asia, South and Southeast Asia and the South Pacific. These regional chapters are interspersed with national chapters shining the spotlight on Brazil, Canada, China, Cuba, India, Iran, Japan, Republic of Korea, Russian Federation, Turkey and the USA.

‘What effect is the current global economic recession having on national science systems?’ ‘How fast are the national innovation systems developing in the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russian Federation, India, China)? Which new players are emerging in an increasingly multipolar world?’ And ‘which countries are experiencing difficulties in maintaining their current status in an increasingly competitive global environment?’ ‘What new R&D priorities are emerging in a world confronted with climate change and growing food, water and energy insecurity?’ The report answers all these questions and more.

This volume will come as a valuable addition to the library of all ‘science watchers’, be they academics, policy-makers, private businesses or members of the general public interested in learning how contemporary issues are shaping science.

Also available in the UNESCO Reference Works series

Also recommended:
UNESCO Science Report 2005
World Science Report 1998

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