Issue Date: April 2, 2012
The science and technology community needs to push the public and politicians to support basic scientific research in November’s presidential election—before funding cuts brought on by the tough economy and looming federal debt cause long-term damage.
That was the message of science leaders from government and industry at a meeting last month in Washington, D.C., sponsored by Research!America, a nonprofit group that advocates for research funding. The gathering drew some 220 attendees . . .
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