William Brinkman, who leads the US Department of Energy's Office of Science, is stepping down from that position, citing personal reasons, in April, ScienceInsider reports. In his farewell note, though, Brinkman applauds the Office of Science on a number of fronts, but he also says that he is worried about budget cuts facing research and development in the US.

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