How Will Science Fare in the New Congress?

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The new Democrat-controlled Congress is considering more money for stem-cell studies, but the last Congress failed to pass new budgets for many science agencies. Research in the physical sciences has been especially hard hit.



Bill Broad, senior writer, The New York Times

Michael Lubell, chair and professor, Department of Physics, City College of the City University of New York; Director of Public Affairs, American Physical Society



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