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Magazine articles on research, scientific thinking, and laboratories.
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Chemistry World
January 2011
Behind the scenes at UK museums What future do Britain's museums face in the light of government spending cuts? A discussion is offered on what it could mean for the next generation of scientists mark for My Articles 87 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 6, 2011
Rebecca Trager
Obama moves to protect research agency budgets President Obama has signed legislation to enable key US physical science agencies to enjoy consistent budget boosts over the next several years. mark for My Articles 72 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
January 5, 2011
Funding Unpredictability Around Stem-Cell Research Inflicts Heavy Cost on Scientific Progress Society pays a high price for randomization of research support -- a fact that, sadly, is not recognized by the public, the media, or politicians. mark for My Articles 144 similar articles
The Motley Fool
December 14, 2010
Selena Maranjian
A Scientific Investment in America's Future Today's student science fair contestants could make tomorrow's great discoveries. Supporting science fairs is smart for many businesses. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
National Defense
January 2011
Cynthia D. Miller
Defense Department Embraces STEM Education Outreach The Defense Deaprtment hires more scientists and engineers, and sponsors more research and development projects than any other federal employer. mark for My Articles 610 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 1, 2010
Mike Brown
Glasgow IP giveaway The University of Glasgow is giving away its intellectual property for free in a move designed to maximize dissemination of knowledge and increase commercial collaboration. mark for My Articles 84 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
December 2010
Henry Petroski
Engineering Is Not Science And confusing the two keeps us from solving the problems of the world mark for My Articles 110 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 25, 2010
Mike Brown
Capping scientific migrants A new UK immigration cap could bias against researchers looking to come to the UK. mark for My Articles 292 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 17, 2010
Rebecca Trager
US science agencies poised for tough times Current political and economic conditions in the US could mean bad news for the nation's science agencies and the researchers. mark for My Articles 178 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 11, 2010
Laura Howes
Research impact rating to stay Impact assessment will remain a key part of the UK's new research assessment framework, following the results of a pilot scheme at a number of universities. mark for My Articles 90 similar articles
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