Sequester's Second Chance | GenomeWeb

The new March 1 deadline for the US lawmakers to come up with an alternative to the prevent deep, across-the-board cuts known as a sequester is beginning to loom large, and ScienceInsider give a rundown of what those $85 billion in cuts could mean for research and researchers.

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