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Scientists to feds: Show us the money

I missed this one from the Sunday papers, but Slate.com's Today's Papers caught it:

The NYT goes inside with a piece on how Congress' delay in passing a budget is adversely impacting the pace of scientific research at laboratories that rely on government funding. In some cases, already-established projects are shuttering until funding is secured. "The message to young scientists and industry leaders, alike, will be, 'Look outside the U.S. if you want to succeed,' " said one scientist.


Ah, great!

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jan 07, 2007 at 12:16 PM


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