Japan is building a major science city, Tsukuba Newtown for Research and Education, a project so massive that it took the government ten years to commit itself to the undertaking. Although construction at the site north of Tokyo has been under way for three years, the debate on Tsukuba still continues.
Japan builds a science city
Henry Birnbaum; Japan builds a science city. Physics Today 1 February 1975; 28 (2): 42–48. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3068818
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