China is fast becoming a global leader in scientific publishing and scientific research. Papers with authors from China now represent 6.6 % of the 3,425 papers published in Nature journals in 2011. This is up from 5.3 percent in 2010.
This interesting news was found on Knowledgespeak in their article, “China set to become global leader in science publishing, according to Nature index.” By 2014, it is possible that China could surpass Germany and the UK, who currently hold second and third places. The United States leads the world, but has experienced a drop from 64.3% to 50.7%.
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