Survey of Academic Life Scientists Suggests 10-Year Drop in Industry Funding | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Direct industry funding for academic life science research appears to have decreased in the last decade, according to the results of a 2007 survey published this week.

The survey also found that academic life scientists with industry support withheld data or delayed publication due to commercial prospects more frequently than those with no industry support during that time.

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