The world’s most populous country has so far only won one scientific Nobel Prize — awarded in 2015 to chemist Tu Youyou.
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Unknown title175 million) to build, as well as displacing thousands of villagers to make room for it. China has been rapidly boosting its scientific credentials to become less reliant on foreign technology. <span>The world’s most populous country has so far only won one scientific Nobel Prize — awarded in 2015 to chemist Tu Youyou. But in the past two decades, China has built the largest high-speed train network in the world, finalised its Beidou geolocation system — a competitor of the American GPS — and is now i
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