Blinding Science: China's Race to Innovate

The country is making a move to be a leader in science, medicine, technology, R&D, and energy -- and the government is behind the charge

Looking for the cutting edge of stem cell science? Instead of Stanford or Cambridge or Singapore, consider Shenzhen. That's where Chinese entrepreneur Sean Hu has set up one of the most radical businesses in the field. Hu is chairman of Beike Biotech, a joint venture involving the Shenzhen government, Peking University, and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

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