I know a portion of the questions and thoughts (expressed at end) are already naturally processed. As we evolve through a connected world we collectively share our knowledge. What if we could manage and improve this natural process?
What is this infographic?
Over 10 nations are analysed (USA, United Kingdom, France, China, Australia, Germany, Taiwan, Canada, Spain and Japan) among 23 scientific disciples such as Astrophysics, Math or Biochemistry, and to reflect The Strenghts of Nations in scientific research through references. The result is useful to understand which areas of science are most closely connected to one another, are most and least intellectually vital, or which scientific areas produce the most patents.
It is constructed sorting about 800,000 scientific papers into 776 scientific paradigms based on how often the papers were cited together by authors of other papers.
Questions/ thoughts that came up to my mind...
How is the scientific focus influenced from nation's culture? Is this reflected at the industry level of each nation?
Is there a chance to create knowledge transfer opportunities (not just at the level of science) combining strengths and innovate for a more sustainable world? How can nations collaborate at this level?
I know you've touched many aspects of this with your analysis on the propagation of information through the web. I would really like to have your thoughts on this one.
The research is published in many online journals but was first posted in Nature Science journal.
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