NSB Demands Bigger Role for Scientists in Setting National Agenda | GenomeWeb

WASHINGTON, April 4 – The federal government needs more input from scientists in order to balance the national research portfolio and set long-term objectives, said a recent draft report released by the National Science Board, a panel chartered to advise the president, Congress, and the National Science Foundation on science objectives.

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