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Magazine articles on research, scientific thinking, and laboratories.
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February 4, 2011
Kenneth Corbin
White House Presses for R&D, Innovation As administration officials gear up for what could be a tough battle over the budget, the White House continues to make the case for investment in R&D, STEM education and other tech priorities. mark for My Articles 99 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 4, 2011
Leila Sattary
Higher education cuts hit home Universities in England will lose 940 million in funding in the next financial year with severe cuts to capital budgets and teaching. mark for My Articles 304 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 2, 2011
Maria Burke
Innovation: Europe must do better As researchers worry about Europe's ability to compete on the world stage, the fledgling European Institute of Innovation and Technology continues to push for growth and an emphasis on the links between research and business. mark for My Articles 76 similar articles
HHMI Bulletin
Feb 2011
President's Letter Postdoctoral scientists have played an essential role in advancing discovery research in the life sciences for more than a century. mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
February 2011
Paul McFedries
The Coming Data Deluge As science becomes more data intensive, so does our language. What's needed are more digital data libraries that store not only documents such as research papers but also the data on which those papers were based. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
February 2011
G. Pascal Zachary
The President and the E-Word When presidents call engineers by their first names, and when they don't. In the politics of technoscience, engineering has too long been ignored, or been conflated wrongly with science. mark for My Articles 111 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 28, 2011
Rebecca Trager
US cost savings must spare science, Obama says President Obama, in his January State of the Union speech, sought to calm concerns that major budget deficit reduction efforts will mean steep cuts for science agencies and researchers who depend on their grants. mark for My Articles 205 similar articles
National Defense
March 2011
Cynthia D. Miller
National Science Foundation Supports STEM Education Of equal importance to the foundation is the support of science and engineering education, from pre-kindergarten through graduate school and beyond, with a variety of fellowships and programs specifically for teachers and students. mark for My Articles 1366 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 12, 2011
Andy Extance
EPSRC plans represent 'huge change' Academics are concerned that research grant cuts through to 2015 at the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, changes in how students are funded, and more centralized control will threaten science careers. mark for My Articles 137 similar articles
Chemistry World
January 10, 2011
Michael Brown
Libel law reform to protect scientists Sweeping reform to relax UK libel laws could protect scientific academics and journalists from being 'bullied into silence' at the prospect of costly legal battles with big businesses or wealthy individuals when they speak out in the public interest. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
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