Scientific Research Suffers Under Bush Budget Proposal, Critics Say | GenomeWeb

WASHINGTON, March 2 - While President George W. Bush’s proposed $2.8 billion increase for the National Institutes of Health in his budget has been heralded as a boon for scientific research, the proposal is far less generous with other scientific agencies, critics noted.  

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