Problems of scientific research in developing countries

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Since World War II there has been intense activity concerned with training and developing research — particularly agricultural research — capacity in most developing countries, under many national, bi-lateral and UN Agency and other programmes. Although sometimes both governments and individuals are pessimistic when they see how difficult it is to make much of an impression on the problems, this should not blind us to the fact that a great deal has been achieved. The pool of trained scientists in developing countries is incomparably greater than it was twenty-five years ago.

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