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close this bookSouthern Lights - Celebrating the Scientific Achievements of the Developing World (IDRC; 1995; 148 pages)
View the documentForeword
View the documentChapter 1 - A northern misconception demolished
View the documentChapter 2 - Is there really science in the south?
View the documentChapter 3 - How the south got left behind
View the documentChapter 4 - Third world achievements
View the documentChapter 5 - Marching to a different drummer
View the documentChapter 6 - Solving global problems together
View the documentChapter 7 - What needs to be done
View the documentAcronyms
View the documentBibliography
View the documentAcknowledgements
 

Southern Lights - Celebrating the Scientific Achievements of the Developing World

Celebrating the Scientific Achievements of the Developing World

David Spurgeon

International Development Research Centre

Ottawa • Cairo • Dakar • Johannesburg • Montevideo • Nairobi • New Delhi • Singapore

 

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