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Why SEA Hosts Very Few ‘Influential Scientific Minds’ Why SEA Hosts Very Few ‘Influential Scientific Minds’
  • August 8th, 2014
  • Only 22 scientists from South-East Asia were named among the 3,000 Most Influential Scientific Minds, almost two-thirds hailing from Singapore.

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Why SEA Hosts Very Few ‘Influential Scientific Minds’

Why SEA Hosts Very Few ‘Influential Scientific Minds’

Only 22 scientists from South-East Asia were named among the 3,000 Most Influential Scientific Minds, almost two-thirds hailing from Singapore.