Anywhere in the World

Research is increasingly going global, a new report from Thompson Reuters says. The media and information company examined the science and innovation activity of the G20 member nations.

"The world is no longer bi-partite (Europe and North America) in terms of significant and even top-level science," the report notes. "It is now at least tri-partite (Europe, North America, and Asia) and perhaps more."

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