Open innovation, the bright future of science education in

Open innovation, China science education future period Kurt · author Wiithrich commentary on my first visit to China in 1983, when I was IUPAB (IUPAB) secretary general. At that time, the Chinese mainland was just beginning to emerge from the state of isolation for decades. In the 70s of last century, a Chinese and American athletes in the history of table tennis to promote diplomatic relations between the two countries, the same changes in the scientific community. At that time, in IUPAB and other scientific union, on behalf of China is Taiwan area, Chinese, due to various reasons were excluded. We later changed IUPAB constitution, which can accommodate two from China representatives – one from Taipei, one from Beijing. As a result, the Chinese mainland has returned to the embrace of the international academic community. This is a very long process, there are many setbacks, but in the end it is worth. The "Cultural Revolution" made China lose its two generation of scientists. As a result, when the closed universities in the "Cultural Revolution" were reopened, there was not enough talent to fill vacancies. Even today, there are still many professors who are not able to teach at the university. The situation is rather difficult, and some measures must be taken to deal with the problem. For example, in China’s universities, only a small proportion of professors can guide graduate students. In China, many high school research team is relatively scarce. In contrast, I participated in the newly established Shanghai University of science and technology to recruit scientists, witnessed the construction of the whole team. We’re trying to find the best researchers. For China, the most important thing is to establish a quality based evaluation system. This is not an easy thing. In the implementation of the true sense of peer review, many research institutions are still in a very early stage. At present, the number of papers published is very heavy. After foreign scientists peer review, papers published by international journals are considered critical. Because the domestic Chinese effective evaluation system is weak, in high impact journals were given important significance. Another problem is that China’s overall research productivity is very high, the quality is uneven. The number of published papers is increasing, but the citation records are inferior. The solution to this problem is to conduct a rigorous review by researchers from the international scientific community. China needs to do is to open the door, with the help of the international scientific community colleagues, carefully examine their scientific research system. Many researchers hope to have a more international open model, but many Chinese research managers still have obstacles in the use of English, and most of the world’s top scientific journals is still the language of english. Secondly, talented students can have the opportunity to study abroad, and then consider recruiting them to return as research positions. The hardest thing to do is to take the risk and provide generous support to a small number of people who really want to make a breakthrough. Since truly innovative work is not easy to find people to evaluate, they are usually not as amazing as the amount of citations that are difficult to publish相关的主题文章:

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