Dr. To Wai-Pong examines luminescent materials developed by the Laboratory of Synthetic Chemistry at the University of Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Dickson LeeDr. To Wai-Pong examines luminescent materials developed by the Laboratory of Synthetic Chemistry at the University of Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Dickson Lee
Dr. To Wai-Pong examines luminescent materials developed by the Laboratory of Synthetic Chemistry at the University of Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Dickson Lee

US loses top spot to China in chemistry papers amid Washington’s increased scrutiny of foreign ties in basic research

  • Although China published 8 per cent of the world's scientific articles as of November this year, it accounted for 24.2 per cent of all retractions
Topic |   China science
Dr. To Wai-Pong examines luminescent materials developed by the Laboratory of Synthetic Chemistry at the University of Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Dickson LeeDr. To Wai-Pong examines luminescent materials developed by the Laboratory of Synthetic Chemistry at the University of Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Dickson Lee
Dr. To Wai-Pong examines luminescent materials developed by the Laboratory of Synthetic Chemistry at the University of Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Dickson Lee
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