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European scientists call for 3% of GDP to be devoted to research

Video Credit: euronews (in English) - Duration: 02:11s - Published
European scientists call for 3% of GDP to be devoted to research

European scientists call for 3% of GDP to be devoted to research

The EU falls short of the research funding levels called for and is at a clear disadvantage compared to South Korea, the United States, and Japan.


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