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+ - U.S. Science Agencies Get Some Relief in 2014 Budget->

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sciencehabit (1205606) writes "The ghost of former President George W. Bush permeates the 2014 budget that Congress released this week. His presence is good news for physical scientists, but less cheery for biomedical researchers, as Congress reserved some of the biggest spending increases for NASA and the Department of Energy. The National Institutes of Health, meanwhile, got a $1 billion increase that is drawing mixed reviews from research advocates."
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U.S. Science Agencies Get Some Relief in 2014 Budget

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