كوريا الجنوبية أسست مشروع وطني هدفه انجاز ابحاث تنال بها جائزة نوبل اين مشروعنا الوطني لرفع مستوى التعليم و قد استعانت بعدد من الحاصلين على جوائز نوبل في العلوم للتدريس في مؤسسة الابحاث التي انشاتها
Nobel Pursuit: Balancing the Equation
A Japanese scientist has been awarded a Nobel Prize for groundbreaking research into stem cells. But the accolades for Professor Shinya Yamanaka of Kyoto University have once again raised the question — why are there so few Nobel laureates from the rest of Asia?
Scientists from the United States and Europe dominate the 3 natural science categories: Medicine or Physiology, Physics, and Chemistry. Japan has 15 Nobel laureates, including Yamanaka, but only 4 others are from Asia.
One reason for this regional imbalance, say experts, is a neglect of basic research. Asian laboratories tend to focus on technical work, which is more likely to yield quick results that can benefit industries.
Our report looks at efforts to turn this around. We look at a 10-year national project in South Korea aimed at nurturing future Nobel winners. We also get ideas from a Japanese expert on ways to increase the number of Asian laureates.
و قد استعانت بعدد من الحاصلين على جوائز نوبل في العلوم للتدريس في مؤسسة الابحاث التي انشاتها
KAST is an internationally recognized academy of science. KAST has 34 Nobel Laureates amongst its foreign members including Steven Chu is a co-winner of Nobel Prize in Physics in 1997 and currently the head of the U.S. Department of Energy, Robert B. Laughlin, head of the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology and Jerome I. Friedman, who earned the 1990 Nobel Prize in Physics.