SEOUL, Sept. 14 (Yonhap) — North Korea’s official newspaper known as on scientists Tuesday to cease constructing “fences” round themselves and be more open to joint research with others.
“Some research groups are having cold feet when they have to work on cooperative projects of national significance,” the Rodong Sinmun, the organ of the North’s ruling social gathering, mentioned.
“There is also a tendency for those working in the same research groups and colleges in the fields of high-tech science and technology to build fences around themselves,” the paper added.
The paper famous such self-centered attitudes inevitably end in overlapping of research efforts and losing of valuable labor, time and sources, which ultimately harm nationwide pursuits.
The paper urged scientists to chorus from being happy with small achievements inside their very own fences, urging them to flip their eyes to the world for competitors.
North Korean chief Kim Jong-un has emphasised the significance of science and know-how since taking workplace in late 2011, apparently attempting to enhance the nation’s financial system by growing new applied sciences because it struggles with crippling world sanctions.