Chemistry and Developing Countries

Proceedings of a Conference, London, April 1991

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The Problems of Giving and Receiving Development Aid: Where Does Science Fit In?

Every country's development depends ultimately on the availability of skilled manpower in fields such as engineering, technology and medicine; the production and 'development' of such skilled manpower depends, in turn, on the existence of a healthy infra-structure of the pure sciences. In all developed countries it is taken for granted that science teaching and scientific research are essential factors for progress; the same should apply to developing countries.


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