When it comes to science, the United Kingdom comes out on top, according to the latest BBC Sport Science Talent Index.
Here’s the list.
The top 10 countries in science In our annual survey of the top 10 most influential countries in the sciences, the UK’s leading scientific achievement was achieved by scientists working in the fields of physics, chemistry, astronomy, biology, medicine and other areas.
In a separate survey, researchers from the University of Cambridge said their country ranked 11th, with an impressive score of 4.7, which is a score of 2.4 higher than the UK.
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It is not surprising that the UK is ranked in the top ten of the world’s best-performing countries for science.
It is also no surprise that Britain was placed third in the overall ranking, although the country is not the only country to have topped the table.
In fact, the top five countries in terms of scientific excellence have all been in the UK: Australia, Canada, the US and New Zealand.
The United States has been a top performer for decades, while the UK has been steadily improving in the last decade.
The science in Britain is diverse.
We have a thriving economy with a diverse range of skills and interests, and it is in that context that we are able to have a strong, dynamic and globally competitive science sector.
Our scientists have built an excellent science workforce, and our universities have produced outstanding researchers who are making a difference in the lives of millions.
We are proud to have so many science talents in the United States, and we are working to make the UK even more attractive to them.
The future is bright.