Why US scientists are against US-China tech decoupling?

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2022-09-05 11:30
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The United States has recently rekindled possibility of China-US tech decoupling with moves such as signing the CHIPS and Science Act, barring China's access to advanced chip making software and adding new Chinese tech firms to trade blacklist.

However, a recent poll of nearly 2,000 scientists in the US showed that 93 percent of respondents felt limiting collaboration with China will have a negative impact on academia; and 87 percent said that the US should build stronger cooperation with China.

Why does the US scientific community want to collaborate with China despite political pressure? What will a full tech decoupling mean for China and the global innovation system?

Tune in to this episode of Science Talk to learn more.

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