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China Feed Itself? A System for Evaluation of Policy
Option. By Gerhard K. Heilig
at the Crossroads: Energy, Transportation and the 21st
faces the new industrial revolution, by Richard P.
Suttmeier. National Science Foundation, Tokyo Regional
office. Report Memorandum #99-13. Originally appeared
in Asian Perspective, vol. 23, No. 3 (1999), and is published
here with the permission of the editor. Research for the
article was supported by the National Science Foundation
(Grants # SBR-9521358 and SBR-9800174).
- China Internet Network Information Centre. 中国互联网落信息中心
of China Project
: Herbarium, Institute of Botany, Academia Sinica
( Big5, English)
- History of
Science & Technology in China. Univ. of Copenhagen,
Denmark. "List of publications (books, articles, reviews
and short notices) by Donald B. Wagner, with links to
web versions of several of the publications. Most of the
publications concern aspects of Chinese archaeology or
the history of science and technology (esp. metallurgy)
- Joseph Needham
home page. It contains links relating to the life
and work of Joseph Needham, the late historian of science
and China scholar.
Multiscript Plant Name Database. On-line service provided
to the community by Michel H. Porcher and friends with
the cooperation of The University of Melbourne, Australia.
by Don Wagner. Most of these publications concern
the history of science and technology in China, especially
mathematics and metallurgy.
and Technology. From CEAL Page.
- Shanghai Ke ji
U.S. Embassy Beijing Environment, Science and Technology
- Zhongguo dian xin.
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