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The paper describes the need and importance of collaboration on scientific research. It discusses the present status of India's collaboration with China in S&T, analyses the collaborative research between India and China, as reflected in the co-authored papers, in particular its nature, strong and week areas and its impact in different subject fields and indicates the potential areas in S&T for future collaboration.

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detection. Applicability of the method was discussed in comparison with HPLC according to the National Standards of the People's Republic of China (GB/T 29673-2013). The results show that the CZE method described in this paper is a good alternative to HPLC

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to the number of CAM papers authored. The USA, with 4,117 papers, owns the largest number of authored papers. It is distantly followed by People's Republic of China with 1,243 papers and India with 1,026 papers. England and Germany have similar number

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The paper focuses on the Top 500 foreign investment corporations (FICs) in China, by conducting data mining and system searching on the data-base of patent from the State Intellectual Property Office of the People's Republic of China (SIPO). Structure of patent applications, industrial distribution of patent applications, monopolistic tendency, technological innovation of Chinese companies and directions of foreign investment are studied.

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This report presents results from the application of the Monte Carlo N-Particle (MCNP) computer code to the252Cf neutron activation analysis (NAA) Device in the Technical Physics Institute of the Heilongjiang Science Academy of the People's Republic of China. The thermal and epithermal neutron flux at the sample positions and the neutron and photon fluxes on the surfaces of the device were calculated. A comparison between the calculated and experimental thermal and epithermal neutron fluxes at sample positions yield relative errors of less than 10% for the thermal neutron flux.

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We report instrumental neutron activation analysis results for 15 elements (K, Fe, Sc, Cr, Co, Zn, As, Rb, Sb, Cs, Ba, Hf, Ta, Th, and U) in 16 geochemical reference samples, namely SDC-1, SCo-1, SGR-1, STM-1, RGM-1, BIR-1, MAG-1 and BHVO-1 from USGS (United States Geological Survey, Reston), Soil-5, Soil-7 and SL-1 from IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna), and GSS-1, GSS-4, GSS-7, GSR-2 and GSR-3 from IGGE Institute of Geophysical and Geochemical Prospecting, People's Republic of China), The results are compared with literature values. In general our results agree well with recommended or proposed values.

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Az Európai Unió és Kína

Új főszereplők egy multipoláris világban

Társadalom és Gazdaság
Author: Ágnes Szunomár

A globális rend kereteinek kialakításában ma egyre nagyobb hangsúlyt kap a Kínai Népköztársaság, a világ legnagyobb gazdaságainak egyike, egyben a Föld legnépesebb országa. Kína mára az ázsiai–csendes-óceáni térség nagyhatalma, és növekvősúlyú világpolitikai, globális biztonsági, valamint világgazdasági tényező lett, amely egyre inkább hatást gyakorol a nemzetközi rendre. Ugyanakkor a kínai állam felkészültsége nem tartott lépést e folyamatokkal: míg számos, a térséget érintőkérdés kapcsán valóban Kína lehet a legautentikusabb dö__

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of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China, Beijing, 1998 . [6]. GB/T 2912.2-1998, Textiles—Determination of Formaldehyde. Part 2. Released Formaldehyde (Vapour

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Fish and aquaculture research in the People's Republic of China over the six years 1994-1999 has been mapped using data from six databases– three abstracting services and three citation indexes. The results are compared with fish science research in India. During the six years China has published 2035 papers (roughly 4.5 –5% of the world output) and India 2454. More than 95% of China's papers are journal articles, compared to 82.8% of Indian papers. About 78% of China's journal paper output has appeared in 143 domestic journals compared to 70% from India in 113 Indian journals. Less than one-eighth of the journal articles published by Chinese researchers are published in journals indexed in SCI, compared to 30% of journal articles by Indian researchers. Less than a dozen papers from each of these countries have appeared in journals of impact factor greater than 3.0. Fish research institutes and fishery colleges are the major contributors of the Chinese research output in this area. In India academic institutions are the leading contributors (61%), followed by central government institutions (>25%). Qingdao, Wuhan, Beijing and Shanghai are the cities and Shandong, Hubei and Fujian are the provinces contributing a large number of papers. As we do not have addresses of all authors in most of the papers, we are unable to estimate the extent of international collaboration. Although China's research output and its citation impact are less than those of India, China's fish production and export earnings are far higher than those of India. Probably China is better at bridging the gap between knowhow (research) and do-how (technology and creation of employment and wealth). China is pretty strong in extension.

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360 – 362 . [4]. Editorial Committee of the Pharmacopoeia of People's Republic of China 1999 The Pharmacopoeia of People's Republic of China (Part I

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