Bush Delays, Proposed 2002 Budget Could Put Science in the Balance | GenomeWeb

WASHINGTON, March 26 – Critics from within the sciences have charged President George W. Bush with failing to fill key science positions in a timely manner and proposing a budget that does not go far enough to support basic research. 

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