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On the development of postdoctoral education in China

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Having experienced three stages of “preliminary establishment”, “rapid and comprehensive development” and “steady development” for twenty years, China’s postdoctoral system is moving towards a new one, the stage of “quality improvement and innovation development.” Remarkable achievements in the system include cultivating talented personnel, promoting the construction and development of disciplines, integrating production, learning and research, as well as scientific research achievements. However, some problems still exist in its managerial system, the science funds subsidized as well as the relationship between the mobile station and the workstation. Based on the above analysis, the author suggests that the postdoctoral system in the new era should be innovative in its systems of management, cultivation, funds collection, subvention and evaluation.


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