Science and the Stimulus | GenomeWeb

The numbers of dollars in the stimulus package heading to fund science keep fluctuating, but according to the New York Times, the current Senate version would spend $17.8 billion on science and technology research and development with $10.4 billion of it going to NIH. The House bill has $13.2 billion overall and $3.9 billion for the NIH.

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