Issue Date: May 4, 2009
Improving Federal Science
IT STARTED WITH an appeal from President George W. Bush's science adviser, John H. Marburger III, in the spring of 2005 for the development of a better way for the federal government to make research funding decisions. Marburger said there was a need for a "science of science policy"—that is, a way to use data collection, theory testing, and other scientific methods to analyze science policy decisions, including where federal agencies invest their research and . . .
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