Budget delays threaten to leave US science in limbo

Brumfiel, Geoff
July 2004
Nature;7/22/2004, Vol. 430 Issue 6998, p388
Academic Journal
Reports on the effect of budget delays on researchers in the U.S. Failure of the U.S. Congress to complete work on any of the 13 spending bills that provide funding for the U.S. government; Means of Congress to supply budget funding at 2004 levels; Result of the delay of funding on new set of project plans.


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