A good educational system is essential to a country's technological progress, providing a base of technical professionals that can use science and technology to boost economic development.
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Conservative traditions, rather than religious belief, seem to be the main barrier to modern science in Muslim countries, says David Dickson.
In addition to programmes for training abroad, Latin America needs measures and organisations for the promotion of science, writes Carla Almeida.
Learning from experience can help Zambia build on past successes in using ICTs and reach those most in need.
7 October 2011
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Budgetary constraints and political apathy have resulted in poor science communication in India, says Archita Bhatta.
21 May 2013
Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand are the only South-East Asian representatives among the top 50 most innovative nations globally.
3 May 2013
18 April 2013