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British researchers have become worried about calls for their work to have an economic impact and say that it is difficult to know what basic research findings may lead to new technologies or otherwise have an impact on the economy, says Science Insider. A report from the U.K.'s Campaign for Science & Engineering and the Institute of Physics says that:

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