AAAS: Future Crop of Researchers and Trail-blazing Science May Wilt Without Special Focus | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – If the United States wants to propel the kind of technology that will give it the continued preeminence in the sciences, particularly in the life sciences, that it has enjoyed over most of the past century, then it needs to focus more resources and energy targeting and supporting younger researchers and bolder science, The American Academy of Arts and Sciences said today.
 

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