The Changing Shape of British Science
University researchers working alone on scientific projects are an increasingly rare species according to this report. Detailing trends in UK science research over recent years, it reveals that medicine is the fastest growing area of scientific research in Britain and that hospitals are playing an increasingly significant role, while university researchers participate in only 60 percent of scientific output.
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An Overview of British Science
Where is British Science Going?
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