Issue Date: September 21, 2015
The Private Sector’s Role In Chemistry’s Future
Vannevar Bush, a former presidential science adviser, heralded a wave of deliberate public funding of research that persists today through his oft-cited report of 1945, which pressed for and resulted in the creation of the National Science Foundation. The rationale was simple and as important today as it was then. Namely, for the future of humankind and our nation, we must advance basic science and technology.
Unfortunately, this economic necessity . . .
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