Thursday, September 13, 2007

Physics, The Backbone Of The Scottish Economy

Well, maybe they're exaggerating a little bit. Still, it is undeniable that physics does play a prominent role in a large part of the Scottish economy from this report.

The research, which quantifies the scope of physics as well as its practical, economic worth, claims that while only four per cent of Scottish workers are employed in industries that are physics-based, the sector actually contributes ten per cent of its entire economic output.


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