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Japan's contribution to the world through science and technology

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Inose, H. ; Nat. Center for Sci. Inf. Syst., Tokyo, Japan

It is argued that as a technological superpower committed to peace, Japan should play a more positive role for the good of humanity. Japan's postwar experience of converting military industry to civilian production and thus gaining international competitiveness, for example, could help nations facing large-scale arms reduction. Japan's development of clean automotive engines that greatly reduced air pollution and established international competitiveness of Japanese cars could encourage nations tackling global environmental issues. Thus, by solving its own problems, including the enhancement of basic research and higher education, Japan can make genuine contributions to the world

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Autonomous Decentralized Systems, 1993. Proceedings. ISADS 93., International Symposium on

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