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National Defense
November 2010
Stew Magnuson
Basic Research Suffers as Pressure Mounts to Respond to 'Wars of the Month' The drumbeat from the top echelons of the Pentagon has been clear: Put technologies in the hands of soldiers, marines, airmen and sailors that can help them win today's wars. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 8, 2010
Akshat Rathi
India calls for ambitious increase in science funding The Scientific Advisory Council to the Prime Minister of India has advised the government to increase its science funding from less than 1 per cent of GDP to up to 2.5 per cent by 2020. mark for My Articles 582 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 6, 2010
Simon Hadlington
Trio share Nobel for palladium-catalysed cross-coupling Richard Heck of the University of Delaware in Newark, US, Ei-ichi Negishi of Purdue University, US, and Akira Suzuki of Hokkaido University in Japan, independently developed palladium-catalysed cross-coupling reactions as a way to forge new carbon-carbon bonds with precision mark for My Articles 59 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 5, 2010
Phillip Broadwith
Graphene scoops the physics Nobel This year's Nobel prize for physics has been awarded to Andre Geim and Kostya Novoselov for the discovery of graphene - single-atom-thick layers of carbon. mark for My Articles 121 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 2010
Bibiana Campos Seijo
Editorial: Healing the world Although the role of science has not been strongly emphasised in discourse surrounding the Millennium Development Goals, the work of scientists contributes towards making the world a better place. mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 28, 2010
Rebecca Trager
US university's scheme to rate faculty draws fire The document, recently released in response to a public information request, reportedly includes details about how much money each faculty member brought in during the last academic year through teaching and external research grants. mark for My Articles 100 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 27, 2010
Rebecca Trager
America's scientific lead remains on the brink An influential US National Academies committee that sounded an alarm five years ago about the precarious position of American leadership in science and technology has renewed its call to action. mark for My Articles 84 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 23, 2010
Anna Lewcock
UK faces scientific exodus The UK faces a 'significant' risk of researchers abandoning its shores and long-term damage to the science base if proposed funding cuts go ahead mark for My Articles 352 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 8, 2010
Andrew Turley
Vince Cable: science cuts are coming Taxpayers should only back research that makes money or is academically exceptional, UK business secretary Vince Cable said today in his first speech on science. mark for My Articles 267 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 8, 2010
Karen Harries-Rees
Could science be the winner in Australia's election? Science in Australia could benefit from the more consultative approach that the newly elected minority Labour government will need to adopt. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
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