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Tagged: Science Funding
Last night the House narrowly approved by a vote of 219-206 a $1.1 trillion year-end spending package, which the Senate is expected to consider and pass today.
Ocean Leadership joined with other science organizations and institutions to submit a letter to the Senate Committee on Appropriations, opposing climate research policy riders and funding prohibitions attached to several House FY 2015 appropriations...
The glass-and-concrete headquarters of the National Science Foundation in Arlington, Virginia, normally hosts scientists who decide the fate of fellow researchers’ grant proposals.
When US voters head to the polls on 4 November, they are poised to set in motion a major political shift that promises to intensify partisan strife over issues such as climate change, immigration and research funding.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) released a report that presents data compiled from a survey identifying the level of R&D funding from 28 federal agencies.
Four times this past summer, in a spare room on the top floor of the headquarters of the National Science Foundation (NSF) outside of Washington, D.C., two congressional staffers spent hours poring over material relating to 20 research projects that NSF has funded over the past decade.
Last week, the House and Senate passed a continuing resolution (CR) (H.J. Res. 124) that will keep the federal government running through mid-December.