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The Long-Term Impact of the Sequester on Scientific Research

Published March 15, 2013 by OSP


A former NIH director and directors of 3 of the DOE’s National Laboratories comment on the long-term effects of the sequester on scientific research. They state that the cuts will hit new investigators the hardest and will ultimately reduce innovation and economic growth in the US.

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