December 14, 2017

Reference Guide: New Science Tracer Bullet Looks at Science and Technology in South Korea

“Science and Technology in South Korea” is the latest Tracer Bullet (12-2) from Science Reference Services at The Library of Congress.

From the Scope Note:

This bibliographic guide provides English language sources available in the Library of Congress on scientific and technological developments in South Korea from antiquity to the present. Officially known as the Republic of Korea, South Korea has transformed itself over the last sixty years from an underdeveloped agrarian society to a vibrant industrialized nation. Government policies accelerated science and technology developments, agencies were established to carry out those initiatives, and educational institutions were founded to produce innovative scientists and engineers. Not intended as a comprehensive bibliography, this guide is designed–as the name of the series implies–to put the readers “on target.”

The guide contains material in the following categories:

See Also: Direct Links to all Science Tracer Bullets

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