Science Survives the Budget cuts

Tangley, Laura
April 1985
BioScience;Apr85, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p212
Academic Journal
Science is holding its own in a budget proposal designed to freeze overall federal spending and at the same time increase outlays for defense. An overview of the R&D budgets of various departments and agencies.


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