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Planning for US science policy in 2009

Nature volume 443, pages 751752 (19 October 2006) | Download Citation


To maximize the resources allocated to science and technology during the next US administration the science community must prepare now, argues Thomas Kalil.

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  1. Thomas Kalil is special assistant to the chancellor for science and technology at the University of California, Berkeley, and a senior fellow with the Center for American Progress.

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