Federal Funds for Research and Development, Detailed Historic Tables: Fiscal Years 1951-2002

January 2004
Research Technology Management;Jan/Feb2004, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p63
Academic Journal
Presents the report "Federal Funds for Research and Development, Detailed Historical Tables: Fiscal Years 1951-2002," published by the Division of Science Resources Statistics of the U.S. National Science Foundation. Data included; List of tables organized in the report.


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