By Madeline Chambers GOETTINGEN, Germany, Nov 21 (Reuters) - It may have brought the world aspirin, rocket science, quantum physics and the diesel engine, but Germany's days of scientific glory are long gone and it is now hunting for a new generation of Einsteins. Decades of underfunding and a distaste for the elitism nurtured by Nazis has means the world's third-largest economy is trailing its global competitors, causing concern among business leaders and provoking warnings from ...
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