NSF Seeks 9 Percent Budget Bump in FY 04 | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Feb. 5 -- The National Science Foundation is seeking a $5.48 billion budget for Fiscal Year 2004, an increase of $453 million or 8.5 percent over funds requested for FY '03.

 

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